Recent Publications

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Caitlen Rubino-Bradway '03, an English major alumna, published her second book Ordinary Magic (Bloomsbury USA) in May 2012. Caitlen is also the author of Lady Vernon and Her Daughter (Crown Publishing Group, 2009) along with her mother, Jane Rubino.

Caitlen said, "I was inspired to write the book while I was in college, heading back to Rosemont after a late-night screening of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.  Rosemont English majors - present, but especially past - might recognize the influence of our professors in some of the characters." 

As of spring 2012, adjunct professor of graduate creative writing Randall Brown has work appearing or forthcoming in J Journal, Lake Effect, Drunken Boat, Thumbnail, Descant, Schuylkill Valley Review, American Short Fiction, Inch, Pear Noir!, Bellow Literary Journal, Zodiac Review, Atticus Review, Tin House, Pedestal Magazine, Fourteen Hills, and Barrelhouse.

Adjunct professor of graduate publishing Chad Neuman published an article "The Media's Potential for Good or Evil" in the 2012 edition of the Journal of Mass Media Ethics.
MFA program student Benjamin Heins published Greatest Hits & B-Sides (Vagabondage Press), an electronic chapbook of poetry, in April 2012. Ben received the Charles James O'Donnell Award for Creative Writing at Rosemont's annual Stroll Through the Arts event in May 2012.

Adjunct professor of graduate creative writing Ru Freeman’s story “Sleeping Alone” appeared in the spring 2012 issue of Virginia Quarterly Review. Her interviews with writers including Chang-Rae Lee and Cheryl Strayed, and articles on writing and the literary life, continue to appear in the “Books” section of the Huffington Post.

J. C. Todd, adjunct professor of graduate creative writing, published a poem “Bud” in the feature “Big Trees” in Big Bridge 16, guest-edited by Thomas Devaney. 

Dr. Louis Tenaglia, professor of graduate education, recently began writing a blog for the Huffington Post. His first post, "Why Do Kids Ignore What I Say?" appeared on January 5, 2012.


Graduate creative writing faculty member Susan Barr-Toman published a children’s book Mary Mulgrew, What Did You Do? in November 2011. 

Dr. Paul Mojzes, professor of religious studies, published a new book Balkan Genocides: Holocaust and Ethnic Cleansing in the Twentieth Century (Rowman & Littlefield) in October 2011.

Criminal justice faculty member Martin Malloy published a new book That Which We Are(CreateSpace) in January 2011. 

Assistant professor of English Dr. Melissa Sullivan’s article “I return with immense relief to old friend Time and Tide’: Middlebrow Expansions in E.M. Delafield’s Fiction and Journalism” appeared in the spring 2011 issue of Modernist Cultures.


Graduate creative writing faculty member Janice Merendino co-authored the article "Accessible Program Workshops At the Philadelphia Museum of Art” that appeared in the fall 2010 issue of Museums & Social Issues: A Journal of Reflective Discourse


Lauren McDonnell
Public Relations Manager