School of the Arts Faculty Alumni Win 2022 Pulitzer Prizes

School of the Arts Faculty Alumni Win 2022 Pulitzer Prizes

May 12, 2022

The 2022 Pulitzer Prizes were announced on May 9, 2022, and three School of the Arts alumni are involved with winning projects in the arts.

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Alumna E.J. Koh '13 Joins the Writers Room Behind Apple TV+'s 'Pachinko'

Alumna E.J. Koh '13 Joins the Writers Room Behind Apple TV+'s 'Pachinko'

May 11, 2022

Pachinko is an adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s bestselling novel of the same name. The book is a sweeping saga that chronicles the hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family across four generations as they leave their homeland in an indomitable quest to survive and thrive.

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HarperCollins to Publish 'Flight' by Professor Lynn Steger Strong

HarperCollins to Publish 'Flight' by Professor Lynn Steger Strong

May 10, 2022

Strong's latest novel follows a family gathering in upstate New York during Christmas after the death of the family's mother. Old resentments arise as siblings Henry, Kate, and Martin and their spouses attempt to perform holiday rituals and settle their mother's estate.

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Writing Student Wally Suphap Awarded First Place in the Fish Short Memoir Prize

Writing Student Wally Suphap Awarded First Place in the Fish Short Memoir Prize

May 2, 2022

Current nonfiction student Wally Suphap recently placed first in the Fish Short Memoir Prize for his story, "Thirteen Ways of Interrogating An Incident." Suphap's winning work will be published in Fish Anthology 2022.

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A Poet's Life: On Making, On Being, On Surviving with Mark Wunderlich '94

A Poet's Life: On Making, On Being, On Surviving with Mark Wunderlich '94

April 29, 2022

A Poet's Life is a series where we talk with Columbia poets about everything from living as a poet to making a living as a poet.

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Alumnus Antonio Addessi '20 Publishes 'Sleeptalking' with Rebel Satori Press.

Alumnus Antonio Addessi '20 Publishes 'Sleeptalking' with Rebel Satori Press.

April 29, 2022

Addressi's debut collection moves across the imagination and geography of dreams and shared intimacies.

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Professors Margo Jefferson and Leslie Jamison Contribute to 'This Woman's Work: Essays on Music'

Professors Margo Jefferson and Leslie Jamison Contribute to 'This Woman's Work: Essays on Music'

April 29, 2022

This Woman's Work, edited by Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and critic Sinéad Gleeson, challenges the historic narrative of music and music writing by men and for men. The anthology of 16 essays confronts the sexism deeply embedded in the fields of music, literature, and film.

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Flexible Press Publishes 'Ready, Set, Oh' by Diane Josefowicz '08

Flexible Press Publishes 'Ready, Set, Oh' by Diane Josefowicz '08

April 27, 2022

Ready, Set, Oh follows several college students during the social upheaval of the Sixties as they confront the path imposed on them by family, culture, and history.

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Ten Columbia Alumni and Professors Awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

Ten Columbia Alumni and Professors Awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

April 20, 2022

Established in 1925, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation seeks to “further the development of scholars and artists by assisting them to engage in research in any field of knowledge and creation in any of the arts, under the freest possible conditions."

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Writing Alumnus Francisco González '19 Wins O. Henry Prize

Writing Alumnus Francisco González '19 Wins O. Henry Prize

April 20, 2022

Writing alumnus Francisco González '19 was recently awarded an O. Henry Prize for his short story "Clean Teen." González's story will be published in The Best Short Stories 2022: The O. Henry Prize Winners by Anchor Books on September 13, 2022.

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