Wright State faculty, staff, and alumni play key roles in the Dayton Literary Peace Prize
Carol Loranger believes that books can transform the world. “I’m a true believer. I really do believe that books can change people’s lives,” said Loranger, chair and associate professor of English language and literatures. “The idea that words can change …
The Fogdog Review has been publishing student essays about literature, popular culture, and film since 1997. TFR also features author and faculty interviews, and most issues include student surveys about various cultural and literary trends.
The Fogdog Review welcomes reviews of books and film, and we also consider creative nonfiction that engages literature in a substantive way. Original photography and artwork are also welcome. TFR does not accept submissions of poetry or fiction. However, beginning with the 2015 issue, TFR is pleased to publish first-place winning fiction and poetry selected during the annual Creative Writing Contest, held every spring. TFR only accepts submissions from students who have been enrolled in at least one course at Wright State University within the past two years.