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Alumna Abbigail N. Rosewood '17 featured in Multimedia Poetry & Art Exhibit
November 24, 2020

The 2020 exhibition, called She Who Has No Master(s): Would That, also features collaborative work by Angie Chau, Lan Duon, Anna Moï, Vi Khi Nao, Anh-Hoa Thi Nguyen, Diana Khoi Nguyen, Hoa Nguyen, Thao P.

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Professor Phillip Lopate Edits New Anthology 'The Glorious American Essay'
November 23, 2020

Kirkus reviewed the anthology and called it "a thoughtfully edited volume that reflects America's changing social, political, and cultural life," while Columbia University's Larry Miller Professor of English and Comparative Literature and author of Shakespeare in a Divided America, James Shapiro, said of the anthology, "As we struggle to come to grips with where America has come from and where it is heading, I can't imagine a better guide than.

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Professor Daphne Merkin Publishes New Novel, '22 Minutes of Unconditional Love'
November 23, 2020

According to Kat Rosenfield of Tablet, "Merkin's novel is several things: a metafictional romance, a ballad of doomed eroticism, a snapshot of single womanhood in New York City whose trappings (pay phones, pantyhose) have been lost to the sands of time.

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The Heyman Center for Humanities Celebrates Associate Professor Deborah Paredez's Latest Poetry Collection 'Year of the Dog'
November 20, 2020

The Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University recently featured Associate Professor Deborah Paredez in its New Books in the Arts & Sciences lecture series.

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Soon After First Light: Nicholas Christopher
November 19, 2020

Nicholas Christopher received his BA from Harvard College.

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Alumnus Chris Vola '10 Publishes 'I is for Illuminati: An A-Z Guide to our Paranoid Times'
November 18, 2020

Chris Vola was born in Hartford, Connecticut and now bartends at New York City's neo-speakeasy Little Branch, where he trained under the late cocktail pioneer Sasha Petraske.

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Alumna Francesca Giacco ’16 Sells Novel 'Six Days in Rome' to Grand Central Publishing
November 10, 2020

Francesca Giacco's work has appeared in Longreads, Guernica, BOMB, Off Assignment, and The New York Times, among other places.

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Alumnus Daniel Penny '16 Launches Podcast 'Art Unscene'
November 6, 2020

A new episode of Art Unscene will be released each month, and Episode 2 will feature another School of the Arts alumnus, Nicholas Goodley '17.

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'Sprinting Through No Man's Land' by Adin Dobkin ’20 to Release in 2021
October 30, 2020

"While researching the setting of the novel, I looked into which events [might have] occurred throughout the year that would’ve taken the characters out of the town and into the surrounding countryside in southern France.

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Alumna Becky Shirley '19 Wins 2020 Sewanee Review Fiction Contest for 'Poppy'
October 28, 2020

Recently The Sewanee Review announced the winners of its annual contest, awarding the prize in Fiction to alumna Becky Shirley '19.

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