Published: April 11, 2022
UT Alumni Visiting for ‘Writers at the University’ Series
On Wednesday, April 13, The University of Tampa’s Department of English and Writing will host Stephanie Phillips ’12 and Cooper Levey-Baker MFA ’14 as part of the annual Writers at the University series. The event will take place at 7 p.m. in the Charlene A. Gordon Theater in the Ferman Center for the Arts. The event is free and open to the public.
Stephanie Phillips ’12 is a writer known for comics and graphic novels such as Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman: Evolution, Batman: Legends of The Dark Knight and The Butcher of Paris. Her stories and comics have been published by DC Comics, AfterShock Comics, Oni Press, Top Cow/Image Comics, Black Mask Studios and more. Phillips is currently the writer for the ongoing monthly Harley Quinn comic book series for DC Comics.
Cooper Levey-Baker MFA ’14 is editor-in-chief at Sarasota Magazine. His fiction — which includes his new novel, Dead Fish Wind — has appeared in the Sierra Nevada Review and Burrow Press's Fantastic Floridas series, and his journalism has won multiple awards from the Florida Magazine Association and the Florida Society of Professional Journalists.
The Writers at the University series is a literary reading series within the Department of English and Writing. Each year, the series invites renowned and emerging literary talents to the University for readings, class visits, book signings and question-and-answer sessions.