Writing News


Still Alive, a debut novel by writing alumna LJ Pemberton ’10, will be published by Malarkey Books in February 2024.

From Here To There is a series in conversation with recent Writing alumni whose books are hitting the shelves.

Writing alumna Chyana Marie Sage ’23 is set to publish her memoir Soft as Bones with House of Anansi in January 2025.

Brysen Boyd ’20 has been named one of twelve finalists for the 21st annual Page 73 Playwriting Fellowship. 

On October 4, 2023, poet Kim Hyesoon joined her decade-long translator and fellow poet Don Mee Choifor a special evening at Colum

Writing Program alumnus Paolo Iacovelli '21 will publish his debut novel with Clash Books in July 2024.

This Is Who We Are is a series featuring Columbia School of the Arts’ professors, covering careers, pedagogy, and art-making.

The Cheapest France in Town, a poetry collection by Seo Jung Hak, has been translated from the Korean by Writing alumna Megan Sung

Paradise Logic, a debut novel by Writing alumna Sophie Frances Kemp ’23 will be published by Simon & Schuster and Scribner UK in the s

Five Star Stranger, a debut novel by Writing alumna Kat Tang ’22, will be published by Scribner Books, a subsidiary of Simon & Schuste

Loneliness & Company, a debut novel from Adjunct Assistant Professor and alumna Charlee Dyroff ’20 (CC ’15), is forth

An English translation by Professor Susan Bernofsky of Yoko Tawada’s German novel, Paul Celan And The Trans-Tibetan Angel, will be publish