Adjunct Professor Lisa Kramer (Visual and Performing Arts) recently published her debut novel, P.O.W.ER, available now from Word Hermit Press.
This speculative young adult novel shares the story of a time where access to the written word is reserved for men. The protagonist’s ability to read and write must remain a secret, or she could lose her hands, her eyes or her life.
At 17, Andra discovers that her abilities extend beyond reading: She can write events to life. Her powers come to the attention of both the government and a rebel group, who each desire to use Andra for their own goals. As she fights back, she empowers others to stop governmental oppression.
A portion of the proceeds of each book sold will be donated to causes that support women and children around the world.
Marshall Joins Panel at an Upward Bound Conference in Boston
Patricia Marshall (Academic Affairs) recently participated in a panel at an Upward Bound Conference at Boston University. She joined other program alumni, elected officials, business leaders, . . .