The Hybrid Text “To Sleep”
By Leah Freeman
Millersville Journal while continuing to volunteer as a student writer for the Honors Report. She hopes to attend graduate school to further her studies, and explore her place in the professional world.
Thank you to my professor who had assigned this project, Judith Halden-Sullivan, during my Spring semester Creative Writing Class. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Leah P. Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keywords: creative, writing, poetry, prose, drawing, portfolio, hybrid text
Leah Freeman is an Honors College student striving for an English BA with a concentration in Writing Studies, along with two minors in Linguistics ESL and Psychology. She is in her sixth semester at Millersville University, and is a senior according to her completed credits. Leah has won the Paul & Caroline Beideman Honors College Fellowship Endowment for the year 2020-2021, the Hughes Foundation Inc. Scholarship 2020-2021, and the APSCUF-MU Scholarship 2021-2021. She has worked in editor/writer positions for the Honors Report and the University Research Newsletter, and now serves as an editor and manager of the Made in