Hesston: (readMedia)– This month Goshen College’s Pinchpenny Press released four student chapbooks, an anthology of nonfiction essays and a creative arts magazine.
“The Meaning of Grace,” by Dominique Chew, a senior English major from Hesston, Kansas, features poetry and prose centering around themes of race and her experiences on Study-Service Term (SST) in Senegal this past summer. “I didn’t know that I wanted to write until I went on SST. It became a way for me to process things,” said Chew.
Chew attends Whitestone Mennonite Church.
The books are available for $5, or $20 for all six. For more information about Pinchpenny Press and to order copies of a book, contact Kyle Schlabach ([email protected]).
Goshen College is a nationally-recognized liberal arts college in Northern Indiana known for leadership in intercultural and international education, sustainability and social justice. The college offers bachelor’s degrees in more than 65 areas of study, as well as select master’s degrees. Goshen enrolls approximately 900 students from 32 states and 25 countries, and is recognized for its innovative, life-changing study abroad program (Study-Service Term) and exceptional educational value. Rooted in the historically peaceful Mennonite church, the college’s Christ-centered mission produces passionate learners, compassionate peacemakers, global citizens and servant leaders. Visit www.goshen.edu.