Mitchell S. Jackson

Mitchell S. Jackson

Mitchell S. Jackson is a Portland, Oregon native who lives in Brooklyn, New York.  He received an M.A. in writing from Portland State University and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from New York University.  He has been the recipient of fellowships from Urban Artist Initiative and The Center For Fiction. Jackson teaches writing at New York University.

Reading by Mitchell S. Jackson

Event Date [Friday, November 21, 2014]
Event Time [7:00 pm - 8:00 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Mitchell S. Jackson is a Portland, Oregon native who lives in Brooklyn, New York.  He received an M.A. in writing from Portland State University and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from New York University.  He has been the recipient of fellowships from Urban Artist Initiative and The Center For Fiction. Jackson teaches writing at New York University.


Mitchell S. Jackson

Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo presents

Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo presents "Castroneirics: Is there Cuban Literature After the Revolution?"

Event Date [Thursday, November 13, 2014]
Event Time [12:00 pm - 1:00 pm]
Event Location [84 Prospect Street Music Room (Dept of Music)]

International Writers Project Fellow Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo presents a talk, "Castroneirics:  Is there Cuban Literature After the Revolution?"  Followed by a conversation with Esther Whitfield, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature.  Sponsored by the International Writers Project, Hispanic Studies and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.


Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo

Suzanne Doppelt

Suzanne Doppelt

Event Date [Friday, November 7, 2014]
Event Time [7:30 pm - 8:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Suzanne Doppelt is a writer and photographer, and her many publications merge the two fields. Her most recent books include Quelque chose cloche (P.O.L 2004,), Le pré est vénéneux (P.O.L 2007)Lazy Suzie (P.O.L 2009) and La plus grand aberration (P.O.L 2012).


Suzanne Doppelt

Suzanne  Doppelt

Suzanne Doppelt

Suzanne Doppelt is a writer and photographer, and her many publications merge the two fields. Her most recent books include Quelque chose cloche (P.O.L 2004,), Le pré est vénéneux (P.O.L 2007)Lazy Suzie (P.O.L 2009) and La plus grand aberration (P.O.L 2012). Three of her books have been translated into English, Ring Rang Wrong (Burning Deck, 2006), The Field is Lethal (Counterpath Press, 2011) and Lazy Suzie (Litmus Press, 2014).

Meredith Steinbach

Meredith Steinbach

Event Date [Tuesday, November 18, 2014]
Event Time [2:30 pm - 3:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Meredith Steinbach is the author of The Charmed Life of Flowers: Field Notes from Provence (Winner of the International General Fiction Category at the 2013 Paris Book Festival); Beata Rustica: The Tale of the Would-Be SaintZaraHere Lies The WaterThe Birth of the World as We Know It; or, TeiresiasIn the Realm of Which There is No Sign; and Reliable Light.


Meredith Steinbach

Lisa Robertson

Lisa Robertson

Lisa Robertson is a Canadian poet who now lives in France. She began publishing in the early 90s in Vancouver, where she worked for many years with the writer-run collective, Kootenay School of Writing, and in the artist-run centre community, writing texts for visual artists, a practice she continues, most recently completing an essayfor the Kunstweiher in Hamburg, for a sculptor and poet Karl Larsson.



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