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    • Eva Gibson professional headshot

      Eva Gibson, Flagler Alum and Published YA Author's Books Delve into Difficult Topics to Help Readers Realize They're Not Alone.

      Sep 30
      Eva Gibson was in the middle of a cross-country move with a new baby and a lot of change ahead. She was touring isolated rental properties with a dwindling phone signal when she looked out onto a river in the middle of rural Kentucky, standing alone on a cliff. As she stood there, she had a thought, anything could happen out here, and no one would know. That little, random thought led her to write her latest novel, Where Secrets Lie.
    • A picture of Cary Holladay.

      Acclaimed fiction author to visit Flagler for Writers-in-Residence series

      Oct 20
      The Flagler College Writers-in-Residence series kicks-off its annual talks with a visit by Cary Holladay, the author of seven volumes of fiction. Holladay will read from her latest work, "Horse People: Stories," on Thursday, Nov. 2 at 6:30 p.m. in the college's Markland House. The event is free and open to the public.
    • FLARE: The Flagler Review Spring 2017 cover.

      FLARE: The Flagler Review to unveil new edition with readings on April 20

      Apr 10
      FLARE: The Flagler Review, the student-produced literary journal at Flagler College, will mark the publication of its Spring 2017 issue with an unveiling and readings at Flagler’s Markland House on Thursday, April 20, at 6 p.m.
    • A picture of Lisa Baird.

      Community Lectures Series talk to explore implications of changing information age

      Mar 9
      Dr. Lisa Baird, assistant professor of English, will examine the shift of information from page to screen during a talk titled “Screen Life: The Digital Divide in Academia and Community” on Tuesday, March 28. Her talk is part of Flagler College’s Community Lecture Series and will take place in the historic Solarium in Ponce Hall.
    • A picture of Dan Albergotti

      Poet Dan Albergotti to give talk as part of Writers-in-Residence series

      Feb 27
      Acclaimed poet Dan Albergotti will read a selection of poems from his book “Millennial Teeth” during a visit to Flagler College on Thursday, March 2, at 7 p.m. This event was originally scheduled for Oct. 6 of last year, but had to be rescheduled due to Hurricane Matthew.
    • Professor Dr. Hadley Mozer at Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire, ancestral estate of Lord Byron

      Sabbatical research by English professor published in prestigious journal

      Feb 1
      The latest issue of European Romantic Review, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the study of Romanticism, features an article by Dr. Hadley J. Mozer, Flagler College Associate Professor of English and scholar of British poet Lord Byron.
    • A picture of Maile Chapman.

      Author Maile Chapman to discuss fictional novel set in Finland on Feb. 20

      Jan 31
      As part of Flagler College’s Writers-in-Residence series, author Maile Chapman will be discussing her book, “Your Presence Is Requested at Suvanto,” in the Gamache-Koger Theater on Monday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. Her fictional novel centers on the real and imagined experiences of women in a Finnish hospital during the 1920s.
    • Author Marvin Dunn to read untold stories of the African American experience in Florida during Flagler College talk

      Jan 23
      As part of Flagler College’s Writers-in-Residence series, author Dr. Marvin Dunn will be discussing his latest book, “A History of Florida: Through Black Eyes”, focusing on the rare images and contributions African Americans made to the development of Florida, in the Solarium on Thursday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. Dunn said the inspiration behind his most recent work came from “the severe lack of information about Florida black history, especially the absence of a text that covered the entire span of the black presence in Florida.”
    • St. Augustine film festival to be held Jan. 20 to 22

      Jan 6
      This year’s 7th annual St. Augustine Film Festival, held between Jan. 20 and Jan. 22, will feature 40 films from 20 countries, including the short film “Jordan Almonds” produced by Flagler College screenwriting instructor Lorraine Portman.