MFA Faculty member Jane Wohl talks about the light, shadows and feeling of poetry in this video from Saturday University, along with an immigration lawyer speaking on immigration law and how it affects Wyoming, and a biologist discussing polar bears and climate change.
Last week, I was invited to talk to a class at City College in New York. Someone asked me about structure; specifically what I thought of the fact that none of the books on their syllabus, including my memoir, had
Kenny Fries received a Toronto Arts Council grant for his new Germany-based book, Stumbling Over History. He also had a poem, “An Opening,” up at Good Men Project. He also presented “Different Bodies,” at the University of Applied Sciences in Bochum,
FACULTY Ryan Boudinot‘s story “Readers and Writers,” originally published in Post Road and nominated for a Pushcart Prize, is a story of the month on the Committee Room. An interview with Ryan appears in the inaugural issue of online magazine
FACULTY Kyle Bass has been commissioned by the Onondaga Historical Association to write a play based on events of 1839 involving a fugitive enslaved woman, abolitionist Gerrit Smith, and a young Elizabeth Cady (Stanton). Deborah Brevoort was invited in February