Alumnus Ben Rosenthal '18 Publishes 'S-Bahn 5:32'

Alumnus Ben Rosenthal '18 Publishes 'S-Bahn 5:32'

June 15, 2021

According to Rosenthal, "S-Bahn 5:32 is a collection of short stories linked not by characters or place but by the theme of transit - both literal and metaphorical."

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Rivka Galchen Writes a Witchy New Novel

Rivka Galchen Writes a Witchy New Novel

June 14, 2021

Read her book to find out what to do if your mother is accused of being a sorceress.

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Professor Hilton Als Launches Podcast with the New York Theatre Workshop

Professor Hilton Als Launches Podcast with the New York Theatre Workshop

June 11, 2021

The podcast series follows Als as he lifts up what he considers marginalized classics of the 20th Century.

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'How We Stay Free: Notes on a Black Uprising' Co-Edited by Fajr Muhammad '19 Coming in 2022

'How We Stay Free: Notes on a Black Uprising' Co-Edited by Fajr Muhammad '19 Coming in 2022

June 9, 2021

The reflections, testimonies, prose, and poetry in How We Stay Free were collected from the protestors and Black organizers that took to the streets of Philadelphia after Floyd's murder.

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Madeleine Watts '19 Shortlisted for the 2021 Miles Franklin Literary Award

Madeleine Watts '19 Shortlisted for the 2021 Miles Franklin Literary Award

June 17, 2021

This prestigious award, founded by feminist author Stella Maria Sarah Miles Franklin in 1957, is among the most prestigious literary awards in Australia.

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Alumnus Daniel Penny '16 Receives McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism

Alumnus Daniel Penny '16 Receives McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism

June 7, 2021

The fellowship, which is awarded twice a year based on the strength of an applicant's proposed project, carries a grant of $15,000.

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Soon After First Light: Wendy S. Walters

Soon After First Light: Wendy S. Walters

May 26, 2021

Here, we talk with Associate Professor and Nonfiction Concentration Head Wendy S. Walters about portable workspaces, genre, and different types of creative block. 

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Alumna Sara Davis '12 To Read from Debut Novel Alongside Professor Hilary Leichter '12

Alumna Sara Davis '12 To Read from Debut Novel Alongside Professor Hilary Leichter '12

May 21, 2021

The Scapegoat, Davis' debut novel, follows a protagonist referred to only as N—an eccentric professor at a prestigious university in California.

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