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Low-Res Lecture Recap: Pamela Sneed

August 5, 2016

Poet, writer, and performer Pamela Sneed's visiting artist lecture left the...

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Nothing To Fear

May 19, 2016

Children and illustrators team up to look monsters in the face.

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Because You Asked

March 14, 2016

Katrina Roberts compiled a nearly perfect anthology for a budding writer.

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Looking Inside ‘Medusa’s Cave’

November 11, 2015

A Review of Barbara DeGenevieve’s Solo Show at Iceberg Projects.

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A Feast of Words

November 19, 2014

SAIC writers get experimental with The Dining Room, a student group that gives...

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Junot Díaz at the MCA’s Dialogue Series

October 11, 2014

Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and educator Junot Díaz speaks on at this year's...

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Typehunting as Storytelling

February 27, 2014

Writing and Collecting From Vernacular Typography.

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The Right To Use My Own Name

February 15, 2014

The Experiences of a Trans Student in the Writing Department.

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You Can’t Write 300 Pages on Your Toes

November 20, 2013

George Saunders Visits SAIC, encourages young writers to accept their true...

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Death of a Businessman

September 9, 2012

A review of Dave Eggers' new novel "A Hologram for the King"

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Put Some Mustard on Your Life

April 12, 2011

Spring Cleaning: What are you waiting for? Grab a broom and start riding it...

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Read about a bad despot or beer in...

November 29, 2009

Despots are bad. George Saunders’s novella, ''The Brief and Frightening...

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