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The poet Mark Strand will be remembered at a memorial event in New York on January 18. more
 
The themes of identity, home and nation are among those that have recurred in literature across continents and across centuries. Such concepts are not always simple or easy to articulate. When a nation is lost, or when a writer is cut off from home, as in the case of writers from Tibet, these themes necessarily become more complicated. more
 
Aaron Poochigian, a School of the Arts Writing Program student, is the author of the poetry collection The Cosmic Purr (Able Muse 2012) and the translator of editions of Aeschylus’s Persians, Sev more
 
Columbia University School of the Arts alumni continue to mark their presence at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Golden Globe Awards. Work by Film and Theatre Program alumni garnered several nominations for the 72nd Annual Golden Globes, set to take place in January. more
 
Columbia alumni were in collaboration this month when The Invisible Hand opened at New York Theatre Workshop on December 8. The new play by Film alumnus Ayad Akhtar (’02) was directed by Theatre Program graduate and two-time Obie Award winner Ken Rus Schmoll (’02). more
 
In 1981 my grandfather—who might easily have been a wandering hermit in the biblical desert instead of the Irish immigrant and factory retiree he was—offered me a hundred dollars to turn down a trip to Maine with Mark Strand. Living in New York as an MFA student at Columbia, I needed a hundred dollars. I would have taken far less to do almost anything, much less not to. more
 
Once again this year, Columbia filmmakers will take their work to Park City, Utah for the Sundance and Slamdance film festivals. An incredible 43 Columbia filmmakers will have their work showcased at the January 2015 festivals. more
 
Three screenwriters from the Film Program, Charles Peirce ('14), Randall Green ('12) and Gary Graham ('05) have had their scripts included in the 2014 Hit List. more
 
The screenplays of four Columbia Film alumni have been selected for the prestigious 2014 Black List. The Black List began in 2005 as a survey of film executives about their favorite scripts which hadn't been turned into features. Since then, over 225 Black List screenplays have been made into feature films. more
 
Disney XD's Wander Over Yonder, for which Amy Higgins ('06) and Frank Angones ('05) are Lead Story Editors and Writers, was nominated for six Annie Awards—the most of any animated television program—including Best Animated Television Production for Children's more
 
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