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Doughty published poems in the upcoming issues of Frogpond and Modern Haiku

Dr. Del Doughty, professor of English, has published poems in the upcoming issues of Frogpond and Modern Haiku. Also, this month, he will be reviewing grant applications for the literature panel of the Indiana Arts Commission. The IAC advocates arts development opportunities across the state and enhances arts awareness. Its grant program offers artists of all kinds up to $2,000 to create or promote their work. He won a grant in 2001 for his chapbook, Flow, and has has previously served twice as a reviewer on the panel. Also this month, he will be attending the “Art of Science Learning” Conference at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the conference is to showcase hands-on, imaginative and interdisciplinary approaches to learning. He also recently published/released two ebooks on Amazon’s Kindle platform. The books are “Our Lives Are Hard and Over All Too Soon,” a new rendering of Keats’ six great odes, and “The People’s Republic of Sourdough: Homefired Recipes for Naturally Leavened Breads,” a “poetic cookbook” that originates from the J-Term course on bread.