10 Signs You’re an English Major

For the last blog of the semester I wanted to do something a little funny and exaggerated. I met this person at school the other day and I told him I was an English major. He replied, “I always make fun of English majors.” Nice thing to say to someone five minutes after meeting her! […]

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In the Shadow of Ellen Hopkins

On the night of April 18, The Mochila Review was honored to have New York Times-bestselling author Ellen Hopkins come speak at our campus, Missouri Western State University. Earlier this year, Ellen judged our Undergraduate MoRe Prize and she chose “Wake” by Reily William Cook (plus two honorable mentions: Jordan Carter’s “We do Shit to […]

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Poetry in the City

It’s easy to find art and literature in a big city; theaters, museums, independent bookstores–the list is endless. It can be a little harder to find those kinds of businesses in a small town, but luckily Saint Joseph, Missouri, where we are based, has your creative mind covered. Unplugged, the bar formally known as Café […]

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