Readings and Exhibition at Project 1628

Readings and Exhibition at Project 1628
Readings and Exhibition * Paul Jaskunas * Katherine Kavanaugh * Jennifer Wallace PROJECT 1628 Sunday, February 4, 2018 2:00 – 5:00 pm PAUL JASKUNAS is a writer and professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where he teaches literature and creative writing. He is the author of Hidden, a novel for which he received...

Poetry Reading and Sabbatical Exhibition

Poetry Reading and Sabbatical Exhibition
Save the date for a reading of original poetry by Humanistic Studies faculty member Jennifer Wallace on September 20th at 2:30 p.m. in the Decker Gallery of the Fox Building.  Her upcoming book Almost Entirely is featured as part of the 2017 Sabbatical Exhibition from now until September 24th in the Decker Gallery. The exhibition opening reception will...

2017 Winner of the Ginsberg Prize for Poetry

2017 Winner of the Ginsberg Prize for Poetry
  The Humanistic Studies Department is proud to announce that the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Prize winning poem is Time to Come by Marie Claire Macadar, BFA MICA 2017. _________________________________________________________________________ Time to Come Forgive me. I am exhausted, pacing upon the Unknown, knowing its bottomlessness. Time to come is a heavy questions mark. It Undulates endlessly between my...

Ginsberg Poetry Prize Winner: Zagawah (Zae) Soe

Ginsberg Poetry Prize Winner: Zagawah (Zae) Soe
The Allen Ginsberg Poetry Prize was established in 1981 by William Kinter, a long-time supporter of the college. The prize is awarded annually to a meritorious graduating senior whose work in language and literature is judged to have been the most creative – the kind of craft in words that is recognized as distinguishing and...

Fall 2016 Topic Seminar: CWRT 326: Intermediate Poetry Workshop

Fall 2016 Topic Seminar: CWRT 326: Intermediate Poetry Workshop
(1) CWRT 326: Intermediate Poetry Workshop, Unique Robinson, Monday 1-3:45p, B110 In this poetry writing course, we will collectively engage in poiesis—the process of making—by balancing tradition with innovation, curiosity with critical thinking, and discipline with play.   As a foundation for our writing, we will consider 20th and 21st century poems and poetry collections (with...