Karolina Waclawiak (’10) has published a new book, The Invaders (Reagan Arts). The novel, the story of a family in a wealthy Connecticut suburb, is told from the perspective of two narrators who don’t fit in, a mother and her college-aged son.
Natalie Harnett ('97) has been named the winner of the John Gardner Fiction Book Award for her novel The Hollow Ground (St. Martin's Press 2014). The prize is given annually by Binghamton University for the best novel or story collection published in the previous year.
Forty-nine new Visual Arts graduates and current students will be featured in Floating Point, a show at the Judith Charles Gallery, June 25 through July 3. The opening will take place on Thursday, June 25 from 6 to 8 pm, with a night of video and performance art set for Sunday, June 28, from 7 to 9 pm.
Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels, current studentmore
Two decades ago, the poet Tracy K. Smith ('97), then in her early twenties, sat at the bedside of her dying mother. Alone in the room when it was over, she snipped a few strands of hair from the nape of her mother's neck.
Susannah Nevison ('08) has been named the first winner of the Patricia Aakhus Award, which in the future will be bestowed annually for the best piece published in the Southern Indiana Review in a given year.more