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Benedictine faculty member recognized for writing skills

Dr. Julie Sellers ( Credit: Benedictine College)

(KAIR)--A faculty member at Atchison's Benedictine College has been recognized for her writing skills.

The Kansas Authors Club has named Dr. Julie Sellers, associate professor of World and Classical Languages and Cultures at Benedictine, as its Prose Writer of the Year for 2020.

According to a new release, the recognition is awarded to the author who consistently wins across multiple prose categories in the club's annual writing contest. 

This year, Sellers took first in the Humor category, Second in Stories for Teens, and had four Honorable Mentions, including one in Flash Fiction and one in Short Story.

In addition to her enjoyment of writing fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry, Sellers has had her academic research published regularly.

In 2017, Sellers was named the World Language Teacher of the Year by the Kansas World Language Association. She is the coordinator of the first-year, general education Spanish sequence at Benedictine College and also teaches upper-division courses on Latin American literature, civilization and culture.



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