An excerpt from the upcoming memoir by the assistant adjunct professor of English.
Tag: creative writing
The Mills experience has stirred many a writer to center the campus in their creative works.
The practice of creative writing starts with a question, and the path to finding the answers often unearths surprising insights and unexpected benefits.
Community-based writing workshops, led by Mills students, help marginalized people find their voice.
In a variety of formats, these four alumnae demonstrate how English Department graduates are making an impact—and a living.
Amy Franklin-Willis ’94 captures a uniquely Southern sense of place and personality in her debut novel.
From the chemistry lab to the writing desk, Lienfung Li Ho ’43 has forged successes throughout her life’s journey. By Sarah Stevenson, MFA ’04 “My lifelong work is still what I learnt in the chemistry building at Mills, but literature has encouraged me to write in my spare time,” Lienfung Li Ho ’43 says with