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FSU Professor wins top berth in O’Henry Prize Stories 2005 Anthology

A Florida State University professor has earned a literary honor widely regarded as one of the nation’s most prestigious achievements in short fiction. Elizabeth Stuckey-French, an associate professor of English and member of faculty in FSU’s Creative Writing Program, has seen her coming-of-age narrative “Mudlavia” chosen as the lead story in “The O. Henry Prize […]

FSU film school professor plays key role in ‘Their eyes were watching God’

Florida State University Filmmaker-in-Residence Valerie Scoon has added another line to the long list of industry accolades for FSU’s School of Motion Picture, Television and Recording Arts, better known as The Film School. Scoon, who teaches story development in The Film School’s graduate program, has earned an associate producer credit for ABC’s television film "Oprah […]

FSU institute receives letters detailing Holocaust experience

Florida State University’s Institute on World War II and the Human Experience has received a collection of 5,000 letters and memoirs detailing the life of Holocaust survivor Giulia Koritschoner Hine and her extended family. The collection is available online and is free for public viewing. "We were astounded that Giulia wanted the collection on the […]