On July 16th, David Gordon ('06) released his second noir novel, Mystery Girl (New Harvest). The thriller follows used book store clerk Sam Kornberg, who, after his wife Lala walks out on him, joins forces with a private detective to win her back.more
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.more
School of the Arts Writing professor Deborah 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.more
Author Annie Choi ('05) released her second book, Shut Up, You're Welcome (Touchstone/Simon & Schuster) on July 9th.
This collection of personal essays is a mix of humor writing and memoir. Each piece begins with someone or something that Choi has a "beef" with, such as babies or the San Fernando Valley.more
Columbia University School of the Arts congratulates the Writing Program students whose work is featured in the 2013 Thesis Anthology.
The Anthology contains excerpts and samples of fiction, nonfiction and poetry written by the Columbia University School of the Arts Writing Program, Class of 2013. The book's design was conceived and coordinated by Matvei Yankelevich of Ugly Duckling Presse.
Lucie Brock-Broido's poem, 'Noctuary,' was published in The New Yorker on April 15, 2013.
Lucie Brock-Broido received her B.A. and her M.A. from Johns Hopkins University, and her M.F.A. from Columbia University. Her books of poetry include Trouble in Mind (Alfred A. Knopf, 2004), recipient of the Massachusetts Book Award; The Master Letters (1995); and A Hunger (1988).more