Tag: Sheepshead Review

In review: UntitledTown an unprecedented success

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More than 2,000 people attended the first-ever UntitledTown Book and Author Festival April 28-30, 2017. The organizers, many of whom are associated with UW-Green Bay, say the 80-event festival was a tremendous success. From writer’s workshops, bookbinding classes and panel discussions to author readings, book signings, the launch of UW-Green Bay’s literary journal, The Sheepshead Review, and […]

UntitledTown ‘exceeded expectations’

“The city turned the final page Sunday on its first-ever UntitledTown book and author festival — and organizers (many of them associated with UW-Green Bay), speakers and attendees are calling it a success. The weekend-long festival drew thousands to various downtown locations with more than 80 events including writer’s workshops, bookbinding classes, panel discussions, author readings, book signings and more. Organizers say every […]

UntitledTown Book and Author Festival features many UW-Green Bay campus community members

An inaugural festival uniting readers with authors, writers, publishers, podcasters and philosophers will feature many members of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus community. The “UntitledTown Book and Author Festival,” April 28-30, downtown Green Bay, will bring together people of all ages and abilities to share their stories and celebrate the community’s love of reading. […]

Students advance in essay contest

Congratulations to students Erica Hainz, Boyana Mercer and Jennifer Skinner who have been selected as UW-Green Bay’s finalists in the 11th annual Liberal Arts Essay Competition sponsored by System Advisory Group on the Liberal Arts (SAGLA). Each student will receive a $500 scholarship for the Fall 2016 semester, and have their work entered into a […]

Published poet Coutley, a UW-Green Bay alumna, returns for reading

Award-winning poet and educator Lisa Fay Coutley returns to her undergraduate alma mater, UW-Green Bay, for a reading and question-and-answer session on Monday, Oct. 26. The program, free and open to the public, is scheduled for 1 p.m. in the Christie Theatre on the lower level of the University Union, located on the campus at […]

More ‘Phactoids’: Dick Lien, Music and Arts, Chili Cookoff, Prof. Moran

The countdown to our 50th anniversary continues. New since our last edition of the Log: • The April 1982 press conference at which UWGB administrators introduced respected, well-liked assistant Dick Lien as the new men’s basketball coach would have broken the internet had it occurred today. • Prof. Trinidad Chavez had a Sound Idea for […]

Sheepshead Review contest welcomes Packers fans’ words and art

Sheepshead Review, UW-Green Bay’s student-directed journal of the arts, is seeking submissions for its Packers Fan Fiction and Green & Gold Contest. This contest, created to celebrate UW-Green Bay’s new affiliation as “Higher Education Partner of the Green Bay Packers,” is open through Dec. 14. Ideal pieces will be short, imaginative prose, poetry or artwork […]

Tribal college instructor and 2011 grad will read from short stories


Faculty and staff who remember standout English grad Saul Lemerond (Class of 2011) will be interested to know that he will return to campus Monday (March 24) and read from his short story collection, Kayfabe & Other Stories. Lemerond, a former Sheepshead Review editor in chief who earned summa cum laude honors and distinction in […]

In literary fashion, Sheepshead students dress up to address the competition

Above: Poetry staffers dressed up as literary journals: (from l-r) Verse Wisconsin, Poetry Magazine, Atticus Review, and The Paris Review. “Excuse me, are you The Paris Review?” asks a poet hoping to publish her work. “Yes, but you’ll have to work harder to get to know me. I’m historic and impressive,” replies The Paris Review, […]