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English Students Present Theses and Capstone Projects

Listen to the creative writing projects by 2020 graduates

Graduating students in the Salem State English department shared their final thesis and capstone projects in the spring of 2020. Students submitted videos of themselves reading their own works, which include poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

Watch the video readings by each student below:

Lucy A.J. Tew, '20G

Video: A reading of "The Witches of Silent Harbor"

 

Angelica Schlieff, '20

Video: A reading of a selection of poems from "We Called It Babylon."

*Runner-up for the Claire Keyes Undergraduate Poetry Award

 

Brooke Delp, '20

Video: A reading of a profile piece on the Hawthorne Hotel

*Winner of Salem State Undergraduate Nonfiction Contest.

 

Megan Escott, '20

Video: A reading of an excerpt of "When the Hunted Become the Hunters"

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