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Monthly Archives: February 2010
The first of 2010! Come to the Paul Robeson Center at 5:30 today for a reading with Jeffrey Eugenides and Chang-rae Lee. Posting below.
Not to be missed, the first student reading of 2010 is tonight at KGB Bar on the Lower East Side. The reading starts at seven, and the venue is small, so get there early. I’ll post more after the event.
Osher Scholars Summer Study Abroad scholarship Purpose: The purpose of the Osher Scholars Summer Study Abroad scholarship is to enable Osher Scholars and Fellows to become familiar with another culture and to cultivate the necessary international skills to … Continue reading
Alice Elliot Dark shared an inspiring Walter Mosley quote with the class. I love it so much…don’t you? Writing a novel is gathering smoke,’ says Walter Mosley. ‘It’s an excursion into the ether of ideas.’ Most people dismiss most of their imaginative life … Continue reading
Our own Rachel Hadas has a poem in Neurology Now, check it out!
Tomorrow, February 15th, is the first student reading of the semester. Please come by the Art Kitchen at 5:30 to see two of our first year fiction writers and one poet. Kiira Mancasola and Mary Schultz will be reading fiction, … Continue reading
It is official: StoryQuarterly is live. The journal is a rather old (and storied) quarterly that almost died a couple years ago when Rutgers-Camden (via J.T. Barbarese) worked with M.M.M. Hayes at the journal to find it a new home … Continue reading