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THE GREEN PATH,  Steven Clark's first novel,  was published by Black Oak Media in the  summer of 2013.
Steven graduated with a B.A. in English in 1980 from UMSL, and
in autumn of 2013 his short story THE MAGGOT WRANGLER was published by Mozark Press.
In the St. Louis Cinemaspoke contest of that year, his screenplay EDGAR HUNTLY, an adaptation of the
novel (1792) by Charles Brockden Brown, was runner-up in the contest.

Douglas Harrison (BA 98) has been named Associate Professor of English, and Assistant Director of the Center for Faculty Innovation, at James Madison University. His second book, The Gospel Sensibility: Faith, Fallibility, and Feeling and American Sacred Song, has been awarded a Kluge Research Fellowship by the Library of Congress.