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An important question has stuck with me throughout Anne Greene’s “Distinguished Writers/New Voices” course: What do you actually say to writers you admire when they come to speak? Anne Greene requires her students to attend the Russell House lecture series … Continue reading
Six of the winners of the 2011 English Department and Writing Program Prizes and Awards will give a public reading at Russell House this Wednesday! A reception will follow the reading. Olivia Parkes ’11 Charlotte Hauser ’13 William Solomon ’13 Anna … Continue reading
Join Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright Donald Margulies and Ross Shenker ’11 for a look inside the playwright’s studio. Professor Margulies is the acclaimed author of the plays “Time Stands Still,” “Brooklyn Boy,” “Dinner With Friends,” “Sight Unseen,” “Collected Stories,” and … Continue reading
The Wesleyan’s Writing Certificate’s ultra-intelligent inaugural class is hosting a public, prolific, and profound reading for y’all! Join us on Thursday, April 21st at 6pm in the COL Lounge (Butterfield C100) to eat, drink, and be mesmerized. Come support your … Continue reading
Tonight, in our very own Memorial Chapel, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and The English Department 2011 Millett Writing Fellow Yusef Komunyakaa will give a reading. Date: Wednesday, April 13th Time: 8 PM Place: Memorial Chapel Click to read his renowned poem, … Continue reading
Take advantage of this wonderful offer! Amy Bloom, best-selling author and the Kim-Frank Family University Writer, hosts Table Talks on Thursdays from 5-6pm. The talks, which are open to all Wesleyan faculty, staff, and students, are a place to discuss “all … Continue reading