Oregon standoff fan fiction?

January 14, 2016

Humor that erupted in the chaos of the standoff at the Oregon wildlife refuge, when the lead singer of the Decemberists started a hashtag on Twitter that quickly started trending called #BundyEroticFanFic. Amidst the Grey Generation of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” this genre of writing has exploded with popularity people of all ages. English professor Anne Jamison studies fan fiction and can comment on the following: What is fan fiction, and what is it not? Why does fan fiction matter? And what makes it so important to the future of literature? She is available for interviews. The best way to reach her is via email.
Email: anne.jamison@utah.edu 

Sept. 8 is International Literacy Day

September 9, 2015

Kathleen Brown is the director of the University of Utah Reading Clinic, which has helped more than 11,000 children improve their reading and retention skills since 1999. Brown believes reading is the cornerstone of academic and socioeconomic success in our society, and children who struggle to learn to read often fall into a negative spiral of learning problems, low grades and poor self-esteem. Brown specializes in methods for teaching at-risk and struggling readers and has developed intervention models designed to meet the needs of struggling readers from diverse backgrounds.
Phone: 801-541-4594 | Email: kathleen.brown@utah.edu