School of the Arts Writing Program alumna Rachel Kushner ('01) resleased her second novel The Flamethrowers this past April and has been met with vast critical acclaim. The novel brings together the 70s art world, the First World War, motorcycle racing and political upheavals in the U.S.
School of the Arts Writing professorDeborah Eisenberg is currently starring in the revival of Wallace Shawn's play The Designated Mourner at The Public Theater. The play depicts three artist-intellectuals recounting their experiences as their once-liberal country sinks into political crisis.
In any architectural project there are ideas that need to be designed and conveyed, a supporting structure, sequences of spaces, expectations and suspensions, hierarchies of space and function, and so on. In literary writing, many of the challenges are often similar. Why not then create a piece of architecture that explicitly embodies the structure of your literary passion?