Student Alumni and Faculty

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Literary London alumni in BathStudent Alumni

We love our many Lit London alumni! We hold alumni and welcoming events on campus throughout the year, including London Quiz/Trivia Nights, the Annual Alumni Spring Tea for alumni and new enrollees, and other new events.

Literary London is always developing new ways to stay connected, whether you’re a new student looking to contact alumni through our LL London Facebook  group or @litlondon_mu,  or an alum who wants to rejoin friends you made in London! Stay posted here for current events…

Alumni Contacts

Our alumni have majors/minors in ENG, IMS, Strat
Comm, Political Science, Music, History, Psychology, Classics, Pre-Law, Foreign Languages, Neuroscience, Zoology, Theater, Anthropology, Athletics, Philosophy, Business, Art History, among others, and have interned in London schools, museums, offices of the Houses of Parliament, fashion, galleries and artists’ studios, PR offices, publishing, and many other areas!

Sydney Hill (museum intern)

Delaney Heisterkamp (publishing intern); Aliyah Cruz, Cassidy Sattler (Peirene Press interns)

Marie-Claire Goerner (MP, House of Parliament office intern)

Amber Stacho, Maria Keller (education interns)

Meg Matthias, Hailey Ardell (social media/media production interns)

Abigail Padgett (artist’s personal assistant)

Kev O’Hara (fashion PR and marketing)

Caitlin Wright (media/theater intern)

Jessi Wright (magazine intern)

Faculty Alumni

Please contact our alumni faculty who will happily talk to you about their past experiences teaching in the program:

James Bromley, Literature:  Shakespeare On-Stage, On-Site, Renaissance studies (ENG 134, 440, 450)

Stefanie Dunning, Literature:  Abolitionist London and the Slave Narrative   (ENG 336/450)

Colin JenningsLiterature:  Jane Austen and the English Novel (ENG 281/440) 

Katie Johnson, Literature:  Modern British & Irish Drama From Page to Stage (ENG 450)

Katie Kickel, Literature, Hamilton campus: Jane Austen, the English Novel, and Popular Culture (ENG 281/440) 

Margaret Luongo, Creative Writing/Fiction:  Literary London Marketplace (ENG 321); Writing Historical London (ENG 399); Intro to Creative Writing: Writing London (ENG 226)

Anita Mannur, Literature: Postcolonial London (AAA/ENG 369)

Patrick Murphy, Literature: Medieval Literature in London (ENG 327)

TaraShea Nesbit, Creative Writing/Fiction, CNF: Intro to Creative Writing: London Writing You (ENG 226; ENG 399)

Kaara Peterson, Literature:  Shakespeare On-Stage, On-Site , Renaissance studies,  English Detective Fiction (ENG 122, 440, 450, 490)

David Schloss, Creative Writing/Fiction: Writing London (ENG 399) British Modernism (ENG 345)

Catherine Wagner, Creative Writing/Poetry:  A rt and the Word: Ekphrastic and Visual Poetry  (ENG 490)

Retired faculty: Edward Tomarken, Don Daiker

General Program Inquiries

Director,  Kaara L. Peterson, Literature, English Department

Associate Director,  James Bromley, Literature, English Department

Assistant Director,  Margaret Luongo, Creative Writing, English Department