Tag Archives: Communication Department

Bits & Specks

Communication Associate Professor of the Practice Michael C. Keith has published a new short story collection, Bits, Specks, Crumbs, Flecks (Vraeyda Literary, 2015). Some of Keith’s other titles include, Radio Cultures: The Sound Medium in American Life; Voices in the … Continue reading

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“The medium is the message”

James C. Morrison, a faculty member in the Communication Department, has contributed a chapter to the book, Baby Boomers and Popular Culture: An Inquiry into America’s Most Powerful Generation (Praeger). His chapter is titled “Marshall McLuhan and the Making of … Continue reading

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Mass. Book Award

Alumnus Paul Reynolds, a part-time faculty member in the Communication Department, has been recognized by the Massachusetts Center for the Book with a 2015 Massachusetts Book Award for his picture book, Going Places (Simon & Schuster, 2014). The Massachusetts Book Awards recognize … Continue reading

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New stories from Michael Keith

Prolific author Michael Keith, an associate professor of the practice in BC’s Communication Department, has published a collection of 51 new stories titled, The Near Enough (Cold River Press, 2015).  Keith is the author of more than 20 books, including Voices … Continue reading

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Emmy winner

Boston College will host “How to Write the Final Episode of 30 Rock: An Evening with Tracey Wigfield” on Apr. 7 at 7:00 pm in Devlin 008. Wigfield is a Boston College alumna and Emmy-winning writer. She is currently a writer and … Continue reading

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Live from New York

Documentary filmmaker and screenwriter Matt Sienkiewicz, an assistant professor of communication, is co-editor (with Nick Marx and Ron Becker) of the new book Saturday Night Live and American TV. The book features essays that address issues ranging from race and … Continue reading

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Compelling short stories

A prolific author, Boston College Adjunct Associate Professor of Communication Michael C. Keith has recently published two acclaimed books of short stories. Many of Hoag’s Object‘s 38 tales–of the horrifying, fantastical and other-worldly—deal with mortality. In reviews by other authors, … Continue reading

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