It's been a busy Fall semester here at XU (so--nothing new!), but I wanted to give you all a heads-up on some of the cool new items featured in our vending machine!
First up, we have an awesome brochure entitled The History and Effects of I-71 & I-75, produced through the collective efforts of Xavier University Future of Justice students from Spring 2015. Check out their cool community engaged project work, which draws from archival research, interviews with community members, and philosophical study.
There's also been some additional work added to the vending machine from our own university professors--check out the chapbooks now on display written by English department faculty member (and amazing poet) Tyrone Williams!
XU's very own Art Society has been hard at work at producing a collectively-created print zine based on the work of Mark Mothersbaugh. A retrospective of Mothersbaugh's work is now on display at Cincinnati's Contemporary Arts Center; the Art Society's zine, entitled "Mark Mothersbaugh Print Zine," gives this show a run for it's money. But this is a limited edition product: only 5 zines were made! Come purchase yours soon!
|a few of the MANY individual catalogues--all unique!--made by ENGL 121|
Till soon--keep creating!