The English Department’s literary journal, The Flintlock, is marking its 50th year with a special expanded edition. Poetry, prose and photography from current NWU students appears alongside a retrospective of past Flintlock entries.
Selections include alumni essays and poetry on the Vietnam War and JFK’s assassination as well as poetry by Professor Emeritus William Kloefkorn; former groundskeeper and resident poet Twyla Hansen; and Erik Campbell, author of Arguments for Stillness.
“It’s a celebration of arts and literature by students and faculty over the past 50 years,” said Assistant Professor of English Richard Greenfield, who wrote the issue’s introduction and coordinated students in the issue’s production.
Alumni and friends can receive free copies by contacting Associate Professor of English Sarah Kelen.