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Mike Fu: Integration in Translation

MFA alum Mike Fu was interviewed on the site Self Care With Writers, an “interdisciplinary project to archive and share writers’ experiences with self-care and mental health, [and] how these issues influence their writing.”  His talk covers a huge range of topics, including translation, film, and therapy. Check it out! http://selfcarewithwriters.com/2016/01/29/mike-fu-integration-in-translation/

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Adirondack Shakespeare Company Dramatic Writing Competition

I am writing today to share with you that in 2016, the Adirondack Shakespeare Company is sponsoring its first annual Dramatic Writing Competition, encouraging the development of new works for the stage that explore the broad theme of mental illness.   The competition consists of two categories: Full-Length and Short/One-Act plays. The deadline for timely […]

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2016 Boston University Lecture Series and Seminar in Literary Translation

See below the poster for the 2016 Lecture Series in Literary Translation–a series 30 years in the running by Boston University.   As usual, they’re hosting a wonderful lineup of speakers with a diverse range of interests and expertise.  Check it out! If you want to take a trip up to Boston, here’s a great […]

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TOMORROW NIGHT — Weir Gets Narrative

November 19th @ 7PM KGB Bar 85 E 4th St, New York, New York 10003 FREE Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and you know what you can be thankful for? QC’s own John Weir is reading at KGB Bar this Thursday as part of the Drunken! Careening! Writers series. (He won’t be drunk, be […]

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Literary Legacies: Sharon Olds & Robin Coste Lewis

Monday, November 16th @ 6:30PM Godwin-Ternbach Museum Queens College Klapper Hall, 4th Floor 65-30 Kissena Blvd. FREE The Queens College MFA in Creative Writing and Translation is proud to be partnering with the Poetry Society of America to bring you our latest installment of our Literary Legacies series, featuring readings from two fantastic poets: the […]

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Holy Szymborska, Batman!

Living Tradition Clare Cavanagh talks about the joys and challenges of translation. There’s a great interview up on the Poetry Foundation website with Clare Cavanagh, who worked with alot of great Russian and Polish poets, including Czeslaw Milosz, Adam Zagajewski, and (yes) Wislawa Szymborska. Cavanagh has some amazing insight, not only into their lives, but […]

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Katrina AfterMaps—10 Years On: A Discussion of Unnatural Disaster

Friday, September 18th @ 4:30-7:30PM Katrina AfterMaps—10 Years On: A Discussion of Unnatural Disaster Conversation and Performance Elebash Recital Hall & Lobby CUNY Graduate Center 365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10016 FREE Marking the 10th year since Hurricane Katrina made landfall, Katrina AfterMaps includes discussions and performances that interrogate what happens when places and […]

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Mucho Moko

MFA alum Rajiv Mohabir has 5 poems in Moko, “a non-profit journal that publishes fiction, poetry, visual arts, and non-fiction essays that reflect a Caribbean heritage or experience.”  (Very cool!) Check ’em out: http://mokomagazine.org/wordpress/poems-by-rajiv-mohabir/

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Poets House @ the Metropolitan Museum of Art

June 19 @ 6:30 – 8PM The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave FREE 2013 Poets House Emerging Poet Fellow Purvi Shah reads a selection of her own works and lyrical poetry of Deccan India as part of the MetFridays Gallery Event Celebrating India. Explore the senses with music, poetry, fragrance, an artist demonstration, […]

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The Hope of Floating Has Carried Us this Far

Thursday, June 11, 2015. FREE. 6 PM doors; 7 PM performance, Howl! Happening, 6 East 1st Street (across the street from Bowery Poetry Club!) Repost from Bowery Poetry Club for a cool event–you should check it out! ————— Quintan Ana Wikswo The Hope of Floating Has Carried Us this Far Performance | Book Signing | […]

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