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Catching Up With Stethoscope: Jason Katzenstein

Come check out Jason Katzenstein ’13’s magnum opus, Fuck You: A Graphic Novella, tonight at 5 on the third floor of Albritton. Tell us about your final product.  How has it changed since you first envisioned it? I can show … Continue reading

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Catching up with Stethoscope: Daniel Goldman

Will Miller ’12, an editor at Stethoscope, tells us: I worked with Daniel Goldman ’12 on a book of short fiction. We had a really good back-and-forth, mostly because we have similar aesthetic preferences and like similar authors, which made it … Continue reading

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Catching Up With Stethoscope: Alec Harris

Alec Harris ’14 had big plans for his book of poetry. Read on to find out how it went, and make sure to check out his finished project this Friday at 5 in the Shapiro Writing Center. The Only Rare … Continue reading

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Catching Up With Stethoscope: Glenn Stowell

In November, Glenn Stowell ’13 told us about how he had just begun work on a collection of poetry.  Since then, he has been working with his student editor, Corey Dethier ’12, in a collaborative process.  Says Corey, “He would … Continue reading

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Some Final Thoughts: An Afterword

This is the final post in Ryan Sheldon 13’s series. I’ll confess that writing this coda feels odd—in some ways, the process of synthesizing and distilling the opinions expressed in these interviews seems a bit transgressive. It’s as though I’m … Continue reading

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Reading Tonight!

“We find unity in our specialness; we are perfect and we are alone.  We write lithely; we are sublime.  Our work is consummate: there is no room for improvement.  We need not change or evolve because our natural state is … Continue reading

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An Advancement of Texts: Calling in the Big Guns

We’ve lost count of how many posts comprise Ryan Sheldon 13’s series, but in any case, this is the next one. For the most part, this series has remained concerned with student opinion—all of the respondents are current Wesleyan students, … Continue reading

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Adventures Out West

From “romping through Smith” to the ultimate adventure in the wilds of the West: a huge crowd came out to Russell House last Wednesday night to hear visiting author Dorothy Wickenden’s talk about her first book, which recounts the exploits … Continue reading

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Citations for the 21st Century

The face of academics is changing, and the style books are doing their best to keep up with the times.  Here are some tips for those referencing “non-traditional” sources in their midterms: Tweets MLA is the only style book that’s … Continue reading

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A Peek into ADLit’s Archives

ADLit, Alpha Delt’s literary magazine, is looking for submissions from the entire Wesleyan community!  They are open to all kinds of material that could be put on a printed page, be it writing (fragments, short stories, plays, even an excerpt … Continue reading

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