Columbia University School of the Arts is pleased to announce that Richard Ford, Emmanuel Roman and Barrie Sardoff Roman Professor of the Humanities and Professor of Writing, has won France's prestigious Femina prize for his book Canada.
Snowden Wright ('09) will release his first novel, Play Pretty Blues, this month from Engine Books. The book chronicles the story of real-life blues legend Robert Johnson through the voices of his wives.more
This month, the Columbia Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Columbia Alumni Leaders Weekend, will host its annual Columbia Alumni Authors Book Fair, a casual conversation and book signing with alumni who have written and published books recently.
Authors featured at the event have had their book published within thmore
This is How You Say Goodbye: A Daughter's Memoir (St. Martin's Press) is the first book from Victoria Loustalot ('10), who published this memoir in September 2013. The story follows her travels to Cambodia, Stockholm, and Paris in the wake of her father's struggle with HIV.
New York's Center for Fiction has announced that two School of the Arts Writing alumni, Lexi Freiman ('12) and Lauren Wilkinson ('13) will be among the 2013 recipients of the center's NYC Emerging Writers Fellowship.more
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?