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Jonathan Alexandratos on PBS (VIDEO)

In case you missed it on Facebook, MFA alum Jonathan Alexandratos was a guest on PBS’s Story in the Public Square, making the case that toys are texts to be read.  Pull up a chair, and get ready for a helping of Aristotle, Simone de Beauvoir, Judith Butler, and (of course) tiny plastic people!

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Notes from Paradise, Notes from Hell: Rajiv Mohabir Reviews Caribbean-American Poetry

MFA alum Rajiv Mohabir has a review up in Waxwing Mag, covering not one, not two, but three books of poetry! Check it out! http://waxwingmag.org/items/issue11/64_Mohabir-Notes-from-Paradise-Notes-from-Hell.php Save

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Camila Santos in Minola Mag

MFA alum Camila Santos is in the latest issue of Minola Review.  Check out her short story here: https://minolareview.squarespace.com/camila-santos

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“TABLEAUX VIVANT” from Alvin Eng’s THE IMPERIAL IMAGE

Great news from visiting professor Alvin Eng! ———————————– Directed by HUGH HALES-TOOKE  Written by ALVIN ENG (from his play, The Imperial Image) With MARIE CHRISTINE KATZ  as Élisabeth Vigée LeBrun Dramaturgy by WENDY WASDAHL  Costume WENDY WASDAHL & INA BERNSTEIN of INA With thanks to Screaming Mimi’s Playwright Alvin Eng and dramaturg Wendy Wasdahl proudly announce their collaboration with director Hugh Hales-Tooke for […]

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Bob Dylan in Brazil

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (a rock that blocks wifi signals) you know by now that legendary songwriter Bob Dylan has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature this year.  And whether you love that decision or hate it, there’s no denying the fact that Dylan is an incredibly influential world figure.  Case […]

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Roger Sedarat’s *Foot Faults: Tennis Poems* – Available Now!

We’re all very excited about Roger’s new book Foot Faults, the first book of poems ever devoted to the subject of tennis, which is very exciting because, as tennis great Andre Agassi notes: “It’s no accident, I think, that tennis uses the language of life. Advantage, service, fault, break, love, the basic elements of tennis […]

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Robert Seethaler’s *A Whole Life* – Review by Anne Posten

Just like the movie Inception, MFA alum Anne Posten has a review of Charlotte Collins’ translation of Robert Seethaler’s new novel A Whole Life. Wow, you’re blowing our minds, Anne! Did the top stop spinning? Find out by reading her review, here: http://www.musicandliterature.org/reviews/2016/9/20/robert-seethalers-a-whole-life

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Eric Becker Translates “My Work” By Ismar Tirelli Neto

Eric Becker’s translation for Words Without Borders is the first installment in a monthly series resulting from a partnership between WWB and Brazil’s Revista Pessoa. Each month, WWB will bring readers new work that originally appeared in Pessoa here in English translation, and Pessoa will publish work from WWB’s pages in translation into Brazilian Portuguese. […]

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Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun by Ammiel Alcalay

Check it out–this summer, QC”s own Ammiel Alcalay completed an extensive interview with the artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun: http://bombmagazine.org/article/384269/lawrence-paul-yuxweluptun It’s in BOMB, so you know it’s the bomb!  (Are we allowed to use ’90s jokes on here?)

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TOSCANA, OR WHAT I REMEMBER

September 15th – October 1st Cherry Lane Theatre 38 Commerce Street, New York, NY 10014 General Admission: $19 / Students: $16 BUY TICKETS HERE MFA student Marta Mondelli has her second play up and running at the Cherry Lane Theatre this month!  Be a sport and go support this exciting new work!  (For more details, […]

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