UH West Oʻahu student creative writing works showcased in Papaʻeleʻele blog


The latest issue of the UH West Oʻahu student writing blog, Papaʻeleʻele is now available online. This special issue on creative writing, co-edited by UH West Oʻahu Assistant Professor of English Carmen Nolte-Odhiambo and UH West Oʻahu Assistant Professor of English David N. Odhiambo, features short stories and poetry by ten UHWO students.

Papaʻeleʻele provides a framework for showcasing student work and is designed to foster interdisciplinary discourse in the Humanities and beyond. The Hawaiian word “papaʻeleʻele” means “chalkboard” in English and reflects the blog’s purpose of providing a space for students to write and exchange ideas.

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