Salem Farrell, Melinda Freudenberger and Ana Stina Rimal wrap up the 2017 senior reading season for Creative Writing and Literature with a reading at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 25 in O’Shaughnessy Performance Space.
On the night of March 7, poet and former Santa Fe University of Art and Design Creative Writing and Literature faculty member Dana Levin read from her latest book of poetry, Banana Palace. The audience, filled with Levin’s past students and colleagues, seemed eager to tuck in and experience her writing come off the page.
On the night of Jan. 31, Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s O’Shaughnessy Performance Space hosted a reading by Danielle Evans, the Creative Writing and Literature Department’s spring visiting writer.
With only a week left until finals, what better way to distract oneself from the caffeine-driven, sleepless nights than to submit to Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s very own literary magazine: Glyph.
On Oct. 26, the Lannan Foundation hosted a reading at The Lensic Performing Arts Center—Anne Carson in conversation with Michael Silverblatt, an experience not soon to be forgotten and, as with Carson’s work, difficult to categorize.
In 2016, James Reich, chairman of the Creative Writing and Literature Department, launched his independent publishing house, Stalking Horse Press, which specializes in the “spiky, angular, errant” and seeks work that “engages with the world.”
CWL faculty member Anne Valente’s novel publishes this coming week. Ultimately the story within is a stunning tale of the all-consuming nature of grief and the permanence of loss, in and of itself a statement about a society where mass violence is increasingly common.
While SFUAD’s Writing Center tutors provide invaluable assistance in writing, art history and math, they also are engaged in a mission of their own—one that aims to empower students and allow them to speak confidently about their art
Every Tuesday night in a cozy Alexis Hall lounge, members of the Student Writers Association gather to de-stress, improve their craft, and forge new friendships. SWA is the Creative Writing department’s flagship club, led by officers Amaya Hoke, Andrew Koss, Charlotte Renken, and Kylie Yockey.
Brianna Neumann, Sophie Farrell, Melinda Freudenberger and Cris Galvez will read in conjunction with all of the second and third place genre winners, at the Glyph Gala at 7 p.m. May 3, in the O’Shaughnessy Performance Space.
The last round of Creative Writing and Literature Department senior readers are wrapping up the reading series on April 26 with dynamic works covering a range of human connections and cultural commentary.
Decimation, apocalypse and cherry blossoms are only a few of the themes and images explored in Creative Writing and Literature Department faculty member Matt Donovan’s new lyric essay collection, A Cloud of Unusual Size and Shape.
The Creative Writing and Literature Department’s Senior Reading series has begun, as the latter half of the spring semester is under way. All seniors in the CWL program are given the opportunity to have a collection of their work from their semesters at SFUAD published in their very own book.
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