Slomski and Babine dabble in publishing politics

Slomski and Babine dabble in publishing politics

Karen Babine and Heather A. Slomski of the English Department are well-versed in publishing politics and the writing process. Babine is currently completing her nonfiction collection called Water and What […]


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