Professor’s Essay Published in Xavier Review

March 3rd, 2014 by Amanda Pierce
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Liberal Arts Professor Charlene Fix’s essay, “Yes and Yass: Dean Moriarty’s Ecstatic and Lugubrious Affirmations in Jack Kerouac’s On the Road,” was published in Xavier Review, a humanities journal that is the oldest American literary journal based at a historically Black university (Xavier University).

Fix has also recently published her latest book of poetry, Frankenstein’s Flowers; it features a painting on the cover by Fine Arts Professor Anita Dawson.

Fix has received poetry fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council and the Greater Columbus Arts Council and has published poems in literary magazines including Poetry, Literary Imagination, Hotel Amerika, Mudfish, The Antioch Review, The Ohio Review, Chicago Review, The Journal, The Manhattan Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Artful Dodge, Rattle, The Cincinnati Review, and Alimentum.

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