Addy Brymer dreams of becoming a travel journalist.
In 1983, 12-year-old Joe Williams loved to write codes for computer games on his friend’s TRS-80, one of the earliest mass-produced personal computers on the market.
Could America’s next great young writer be discovered at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock?
Quills & Pixels, UALR’s peer-reviewed journal of nonfiction writing, is accepting submissions for digital photographs to illustrate its 2016 issue. Photographers should submit their work by April 1 to be considered for publication.
The Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, in partnership with the Department of Writing at the University of Central Arkansas, is hosting the third annual Southern Regional Composition Conference on the theory, practice, and pedagogy of composition on March 14.
The conference’s keynote address is open to the general public. A teachers’ workshop is open to all UALR faculty and staff. If participants wish to attend additional conference panels, registration and payment may be made here.