The Scarab anthology of OCU students’ writing and art, includes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, as well as photography and other art. Published annually by OCU’s chapter of the international English honor society Sigma Tau Delta, The Scarab won the society’s 2003 award for best literary anthology in the nation.
All OCU students are invited to submit short fiction, nonfiction, poetry and art to The Scarab, OCU’s annual literary/art magazine. For more information, or to submit, write to email@example.com.
Stellar, OCU’s journal of undergraduate research, provides students an opportunity to publish their research, spanning the disciplines from economics to music history, literature to theology, sciences to social sciences.
Hard copies are available in the Undergraduate Admissions Office or from Dr. Terry Phelps, sponsor, in Walker Center, room 239, telephone 405-208-5236.
Marc DiPaolo, Devised and Directed by Mike Leigh (co-edited with Bryan Cardinale-Powell); Godly Heretics: Essays on Alternative Christianity in Literature and Popular Culture; Unruly Catholics from Dante to Madonna; War, Politics, and Superheroes
H. Brooke Hessler, A Guide to Composition Pedagogies, 2nd edition (co-edited with Gary Tate, Amy Rupiper Taggart, and Kurt Schick)
Abigail Keegan, Depending on the Weather (poems)
Rob Roensch, The Wildflowers of Baltimore (stories)
Also, be sure to check out books by the faculty mentors of our Red Earth MFA low-residency program!