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Recharge with Reading - Welcome!: Authors at Saint Leo

Authors and Writers at Saint Leo University

Authors and Writers at Saint Leo University

This page showcases books, stories, and poems published by Saint Leo University faculty and staff.

 

  • Maydine Alcid, a current student at Saint Leo University:
  • Anne Barngrover, assistant professor of English and Creative Writing at Saint Leo University:
  • Patricia Campion, Associate Professor of Global Studies and Sociology at Saint Leo University, and an alumnus of the Master of Arts program in Creative Writing at Saint Leo:
    • “The Center of the Labyrinth.” Sandhill Review. 2020.
    • “In My Makeshift Cellar.” Sandhill Review. 2019.
    • “Route 1.” Sandhill Review. 2018.
    • “Ill Winds.” These Fragile Lilacs 3(2): 17. 2018.
    • “Ghosts of the Altiplano.” Soul-Lit. 2017.
    • “The Shaman, Shape-Shifting.” Soul-Lit. 2017.
    • “Morning Walk Through Notre-Dame-de-Chartres.” Soul-Lit. 2017. (all Soul-Lit poems available here: http://www.soul-lit.com/poems/V18/Campion/index.html
    • “Cloud Forest Hike.” Sandhill Review. 2017.
    • “Azalea Blossom.” 50 Haikus 1(9). 2016.
    • “White Polka Dot.” 50 Haikus 1(9). 2016.
    • “Chimney Smoke Alone.” Haiku Journal (43) 2016. (https://haikujournal.org/e-issues/).
    • “Flock of Ibises.” Haiku Journal (43) 2016. (https://haikujournal.org/e-issues/).
    • “Steel Blue Dragonfly.” Haiku Journal (39) 2016. (https://haikujournal.org/e-issues/).
    • “Miniature Saints.” Sandhill Review. 2016.
    • “Fractal Encounter.” Sandhill Review. 2015.
    • “Red Cardinal.” Three Line Poetry (33) 2015. (https://threelinepoetry.com/issue.php?id=33&issue=33).
    • “Sawing Morning Air.” Three Line Poetry (31) 2015. (https://threelinepoetry.com/issue.php?id=31&issue=31).
    • “Winter Rays.” Sandhill Review. 2014.
    • “Back Home.” Sandhill Review. 2013.
    • “Córdoba-La Paz.” Sandhill Review. 2013.
    • “Titicaca Sunrise.” Sandhill Review. 2012.

  • Dr. Robert Hunter Craig, Saint Leo University adjunct faculty member:
    • Augustine's Confessions:  Conversion and Consciousness
  • Patrick Crerand, Saint Leo University faculty member:
  • Dr. William Ditewig, former professor of theology at Saint Leo University:
  • Amanda Forrester, Program Administrator of the Center for Alternative Pathway Programs at Saint Leo University, and facilitator for Mujeres de Posibilidades reading group:
    • (Online publications available for download from https://www.facebook.com/Amanda-J-Forrester-257152408331883.)
    • Books:
      • Forrester, Amanda J. (in press) Resurrection. WordTech Poetry, 2021.
    • Anthologies:
      • “Hog Farm.” Chasing Light: Burgert Brothers Anthology. Yellow Jacket Press, 2019.
      • "Rummage Sale at Curtis Hixon Hall.” Chasing Light: Burgert Brothers Anthology. Yellow Jacket Press, 2019.
      • “Dearly Beloved.” We Will Not Be Silenced. Indie Blu(e) Publishing, 2018.
      • “In a Time of Crisis.” We Will Not Be Silenced. Indie Blu(e) Publishing, 2018.
      • “I Fasted for the Flies.” We Will Not Be Silenced. Indie Blu(e) Publishing, 2018.
    • Visual Poetry:
      • “To Anyone Outside.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020.
      • “I Was Visible.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020.
      • “There Was a Better Place.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020
      • “Judgement.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020.
      • “Respect.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020.
      • “Different.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020.
      • “Confidential.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020.
      • “We Make From Wide.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020.
      • “We Recover.” Unlikely Stories Mark V, edited by Jonathan Penton, 2020.
      • “I Was Visible.” SWWIM Every Day, edited by Catherine Esposito, 2019.
    • Foreign Language Journals:
      •  “El Conjunto: The Connection.” Azahares Spanish Language Literary Magazine. University of Arkansas – Fort Smith, 2019, p. 25.
    • Journals and Magazines:
      • “At Mom’s.” Sandhill Review, vol. 21, 2020, p. 22.
      • “Take to Task.” Santa Ana River Review, vol. 5, no. 1, 2020.
      • “The Take Away.” Sonder Midwest, no. 3, 2019, p. 74.
      • “repeat after me.” Pink Panther Magazine, vol. 10, no. 1, 2019, p. 21.
      • “Beauty Takes Pain.” Pink Panther Magazine, vol. 10, no. 1, 2019, p. 28.
      • “Concealed.” Whisper and the Roar, 2019.
      • “Concealed.” Blood Into Ink, 2019.
      • “Concealed.” We Will Not Be Silenced. Indie Blu(e) Publishing, 2019.
      • “The Gift.” Whisper and the Roar, 2019.
      • “The Gift.” Blood Into Ink, 2019.
      • “The Gift.” We Will Not Be Silenced. Indie Blu(e) Publishing, 2019.
      • “In a Time of Crisis.” What Rough Beast. Indolent Books, 2019.
      • “I Fasted for the Flies.” What Rough Beast. Indolent Books, 2019.
      • “Dearly Beloved.” What Rough Beast. Indolent Books, 2019.
      • “Resurrection.” Anti-heroin Chic, 2019.
      • “patriarchal residue.” Trailer Part Quarterly, 2019.
      • “you don’t want to remember.” Collective Unrest. 2019.
      • “patriarchal residue.” Collective Unrest. 2019.
      • “old glory.” Sandhill Review, Saint Leo University, vol. 19, 2018, p. 83.
      • “Call Me Frenchie.” Sandhill Review, vol. 18, 2018, p. 81.
      • “Blowback.” Indolent Books’ What Rough Beast. 2018.
      • “patriarchal residue.” Indolent Books’ What Rough Beast. 2018.
      • “you don’t want to remember.” Indolent Books’  What Rough Beast. 2018.
      • “Red Bird.” Sandhill Review, vol. 19, 2018, p. 61.
      • Forrester, Amanda J. “A Girl Fishing.” Sandhill Review, vol. 18, 2017, p. 20.
      • “Ditto Days.” Sandhill Review, vol. 15, 2014, p. 63.
         
  • Dr. Julius "Boo" Hornstein, Professor Emeritus at Saint Leo University:
  • Steve Kistulentz, director of the graduate creative writing (M.A.) program at Saint Leo University:
  • Rachel Odhner Longstaff, retired Saint Leo University faculty librarian:
  • Mike Maihack, former graphic designer at Saint Leo University:
  • Professor Carol Ann Moon, Reference & Instructional Outreach Librarian at Saint Leo University:
    • Gathered Form@.Three-poem set published online in the Spring 2020 issue of The Sandhill Review.
    • “A Welder, That is a Goggled Woman, Tampa, 1943.” Poem published in Chasing Light: Poems Inspired By Burgert Brothers Photographs, Edited by Gianna Russo, Yellow Jacket Press, 2019.
    • “Some Proof That I Exist.” Poem published October 12, 2019 in PSPOETS, pspoets.com
    • “To My Fellow Submitters.” Poem published August 26, 2019 in Aquifer: The Florida Review Online
    • “Lurking in Bernadette Mayer’s Poetry State Forest: a Metapoem.” Poem published in The Sandhill Review, Spring 2019
    • “Powder Arms.” Photo-poem series published in The Sandhill Review, Spring 2018
    • Haiku poem selected for "O Miami Festival/Neat Streets display in Miami Bus Stops," Spring 2017
    • “La Carmencita.” Poem published in The Sandhill Review, Spring 2017
    • “1969 Hasbrouck Heights.” Poem published in the March 2017 online issue of Indiana Voice Journal
    • “New Jersey Jim.” Poem published in The Sandhill Review, Spring 2016
    • “To See a Flic or a Fleck That is the Question.” Poem published in the Summer 2015 issue of Lipstick Party Magazine
    • “A Kiss That Surpasses All Understanding.” Poem published in the May 2015 issue of Indiana Voice Journal
    • "Brother Bernard.” Poem published in The Sandhill Review, Spring 2015
    • “Gagoots.” Poem published in The Sandhill Review, Spring 2014
    • “Out and About in the Adirondacks” and “Palisades Avenue.” Two poems published in The Sandhill Review, A Sense of Place, Spring 2012
    • “A New Metaphor for Life?” Poem published in The Sandhill Review, Spring 2008
    • “Haiku” and “St. Cloud Girl.” Two poems published in The Sandhill Review, Spring 2007
       
  • Eloy Nunez, Saint Leo University faculty member:
  • Delaney Rose, Saint Leo University staff librarian:
  • Gianna Russo, Saint Leo University faculty member:
  • Dr. Rick Scott, Saint Leo University faculty member:
  • Leonard Territo, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Saint Leo University:
    • Ivory Tower Cop (Co-authored by Dr. George Kirkham, Professor Emeritus at the Florida State University College of Criminology & Criminal Justice.)
       
  • Ernie Vendrell, Saint Leo University faculty member:

 

Note: If you are a current or former faculty or staff member at Saint Leo University, or Saint University alumnus, who has published writing and would like to be included on this list, please email delaney.rose@saintleo.edu.