Ann Hostetler, Professor of English
Ann was a featured speaker, poet, and panelist at the "Mennonite/s Writing: Manitoba and Beyond" conference at the University of Winnipeg in October 2009.
CoursesIntro to Creative Writing; Poetry; Writing; Creative Nonfiction; American Literature Surveys; British Literature: 1800 - Present; American Indian Literature; African American Literature; and Literature and Writing.
Research"Mennonites, Indians, Poetry and Peace: Anna Ruth Ediger Baehr and the Southern Cheyenne," Goshen College, press release, March 11, 2003
"Three Women Poets and the Beginnings of Mennonite Poetry in the U.S: Anna Ruth Ediger Baehr, Jane Rohrer, Jean Janzen (.PDF), " Mennonite Quarterly Review, article
Publications & poems
Heirlooms, The Valparaiso Poetry Review, 2008
Hostetler 'in the media'
Some New Voices in Mennonite Poetry: A Review Essay, MQR, vol. 84, no. 2, April 2010.
Speaking from Experience, The Record, Jan. 21, 2009.
Goshen College English Department launches New Center for Mennonite Writing online, Goshen College press archives, Jan. 19, 2009.The art of reading poetry, Mennonite Brethren Herald, Dec. 5, 2003
First anthology of Mennonite poetry released by Goshen professor, The Newton Kansan, article, Oct. 24, 2003
Comprehensive anthology of Mennonite poetry released by Goshen College English professor, Goshen College, press release, Oct. 17, 2003
Women poets partner for reading Jan. 10 at Goshen College, Goshen College, press release, Jan. 9, 2003
The Eight-Year Road of a Poet-Scholar: An Interview with Ann Hostetler, Mennonite Life, Interview, Dec. 2002
Celebrating the words and the Word – Nearly 300 writers gather at Goshen College for Mennonite/s Writing: An International Conference Oct. 24-27, Goshen College, press release, 2002
Goshen College professor will deliver 2002-2003 C. Henry Smith Lecture; Hostetler to discuss Mennonite poet’s connection with Cheyenne, Goshen College, press release, May 21, 2002
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