February 13, 2019 Sigrid Nunez Spring Visiting Writer Sigrid Nunez has published seven novels, including A Feather on the Breath of God, The Last of Her Kind, Salvation City, and, most recently, The Friend.She is also the author of Sempre Susan: A Memoir of Susan Sontag.
Sigrid’s honors and awards include a Whiting Writer’s Award, a Berlin Prize Fellowship, and two awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters: the Rosenthal Foundation Award and the Rome Prize in Literature. She has taught at Columbia, Princeton, Boston University, and the New School, and has been a visiting writer or writer in residence at Amherst, Smith, Baruch, Vassar, and the University of California, Irvine, among others.
In spring, 2019, she will be visiting writer at Syracuse University. in Gifford Auditorium, HBC Building (Huntington Beard Crouse), Syracuse University and are preceded by a question and answer session from -. Be the first to know and let us send you an email when MFA Creative Writing Program - Syracuse University posts news and promotions.
Bruce Smith on Poetry in Prison and the Poetic Task of Demystification For this installment of an interview series with contemporary poets, Peter Mishler corresponded with Bruce Smith. Jonathan Dee has a great piece in this week’s New Yorker. Program in Creative Writing, is a 2019 recipient of the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans.
Probing the souls of society’s least “respectable,” Algren became one of the most celebrated novelists of his era. Noteworthy Announcements in the College of Arts & Sciences Creative Writing Student Wins Soros Fellowship Ariel Chu, a student in the M. She will use the prestigious fellowship to complete work on a novel about intergenerational family trauma.
“It gives me more time to spend on my projects and to carve out more inclusive spaces in academia,” says the Taiwanese American writer, who also teaches writing and rhetoric in A&S.
Chu joins 29 other new Soros Fellows, selected from more than 1,750 candidates.
Among the journals to which she has contributed are The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Paris Review, Threepenny Review, Harper’s, Mc Sweeney’s, Tin House, The Believer and
Her work has also appeared in several anthologies, including four Pushcart Prize volumes and four anthologies of Asian-American literature.
in Gifford Auditorium, HBC Building (Huntington Beard Crouse), Syracuse University and are preceded by a question and answer session from -. Layli Long Soldier earned a BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts and an MFA with honors from Bard College.
She is the author of the chapbook Chromosomory (2010) and the full-length collection Whereas (2017), which won the National Books Critics Circle award and was a finalist for the National Book Award.