Anthology Produced by SWOSU Sayre Students and Faculty
What the Heart Doth Know, the second annual literary anthology compiled by SWOSU – Sayre faculty and students, is now available.
The work is a collection of original stories, photographs and poems from students in the College of Applied & Associate Sciences. The anthology, assembled by Language Arts instructors Judy Haught and Terry Ford, is produced in association with the 2nd annual Literary Festival held on campus. Forty-four SWOSU – Sayre students are featured in this year’s edition.
The festival and anthology are sponsored by the Oklahoma Humanities Council, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Rivers Edge Arts Society of Sayre.
“It is difficult to not have your heart touched by the personal, intimate stories, poems and photographs these talented students have produced,” Haught said. “They have written about personal loss, joys of parenthood, testaments of faith and family and shared the beauty of southwest Oklahoma through their lens.”
For more information, contact Haught or Ford on the SWOSU-Sayre campus at 580.28.5533.