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Ayana Mathis and Michiko Nakashima-Lezarazo discuss Mathis career. Photo credit: Coby Crisler

The unique opportunity of NULC

Coby Crisler April 6, 2022

Aspiring writers from across the country gathered to present all types of literature, from poetry to creative nonfiction, at the 37th annual National Undergraduate Literature Conference.The event opened...

Sometimes the best plan is having no plan at all. Photo credit: Aubree Eckhardt

My plan is . . . that I have no plan

Kierstynn King April 5, 2021

The amount of times I’ve attempted to write this column is thoroughly embarrassing. I’m not great at goodbyes — I suck at them. That's what this column feels like: a lengthy goodbye that...

Local venders and patrons participating in Fyrecon 2017 event. (Brooke Lilley / Signpost)

Fyrecon brings creators together

Leah Higginbotham June 24, 2019

From New York Times bestselling authors to famous artists who’ve worked at Disney, Fyrecon 2019 at Weber State Davis Campus brought some big names this year. Fyrecon is a writing and art conference...

Metaphor contest booklet cover. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Flash your fiction, get published

Tiana Pack October 14, 2018

Metaphor, Weber State University’s literary journal, is holding its annual flash fiction contest. Cash prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place, and the winning submission will be...

Leo Tyson Dirr, former Signpost Alum, passed away Sept. 10 (Leo Tyson Dirr Facebook)

WSU alumnus passes away at 41

Hannah Olsen September 21, 2018

Leo Tyson Dirr, Weber State University Alumnus and former Signpost reporter, passed away on Sept. 10.“Leo was a brilliant writer and a good friend, and he will be deeply missed,” said Angie...

National Novel Writing Month the best way to spend November

October 23, 2014

For many college students, November is about finishing up end of semester projects, prepping for finals and enjoying a turkey coma. For me, November is about something entirely different: National Novel...

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