By Lee Butler
As I sit in this chair and let your eyes gaze upon me, I still dream of what life would be like if birds knew how to be free in cages.
Written by Lee Butler
After Paul Neruda
A poem written by Lee Butler
A poem by Lee Butler
Image from Laura Gilpin’s TikTok @sp3llb00k
A poem written by Tangerine Tree
Interviewed by Parker Wadding
Sarah Shotland is the English program’s newest creative writing faculty member. She has produced plays, published creative nonfiction, scholarly articles as well as fiction, including her novels…
Photos and Writing By Taylor Cosalter
The cold breeze swirls leaves of muted tones across a once bustling schoolyard. Across the yard stands a behemoth of an academic facility. Walking up to this massive building, you almost feel a sense of power in its looming stories and massive columns adorning the front of the building.
Written by Alycia Butler
Have you seen these bright red flyers around campus lately? The Red Dog Reading Series held its first event of the spring series on 2023 January 24th after a late start from the previous semester.
Written by Alycia “Lee” Butler
The Critical Point is accepting submissions from current Carlow University undergraduate students for its 35th annual publication. Deadline is Feb. 14, 202
A book review of Brit Bennett’s book, The Vanishing Half, reviewed by Guinevere Stearns.