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On April 15, Sean Madigan Hoen ('11) publishes his first book, Songs Only You Know: A Memoir, from Soho Press. The book plunges the reader into the Detroit hardcore punk scene with eighteen-year-old Sean and spans a dark decade during which his father succumbs to crack addiction, his younger sister spirals into a fatal depression, and his sense of home crumbles. more
Poetry alumnus Justin Boening ('11) and current student Meghan Dahn are two of the four winners of the 2014 “Discovery” / Boston Review Poetry Prize. more
This year's Tribeca Film Festival will premiere six features made by Columbia MFA faculty, alumni and students. more
The Columbia University Film Festival’s fourteenth annual Andrew Sarris Award will be presented to Jennifer Lee (’05), an alumna of Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program. more
John Steinbeck's classic Of Mice and Men returns to Broadway for the first time in 40 years this month, with previews running from March 19 to April 16. more
Every year for the past decade the Cannes Cinefondation's Atelier hosts fifteen directors whose work shows great promise. more
Sous Chef: 24 Hours On the Line is Michael Gibney's ('13) debut memoir, to be released on March 25. more
Film alumnus Moon Molson ('08) was awarded the 2014 Atlanta Film Festival Filmmaker to Watch Award for his film The Bravest, the Boldest. more
Adam Salky ('08) will direct an upcoming feature based on a novel by Writing program alumna Amy Koppelman ('01). more
Gift is the First Major Donation From the LeRoy Neiman Foundation Since the Artist’s Death more
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