Monthly Archives: January 2021

Three New Pittsburgh Poetry Collections You May Have Missed | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge The general chaos of 2020 made it easy to miss the release of new books, movies and other works. This is especially due to the fact that all promotional events, such as in-person reads or premieres, were canceled or just got lost in the rework. To compensate, …

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Ursula K. Le Guin to feature on upcoming USPS Literary Arts stamp

After the US Postal Service essentially saved democracy, the least you can do is hang stamps. But maybe you need that soft local angle. We understood! And so, apparently, does the USPS. The Postal Service announced a new range of stamps on Friday, one of which includes Ursula K. Le …

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Literary Arts Festival spotlights local and guest artists of color

When author Sarah Rafael García’s LibroMobile started taking up space in an alleyway in Santa Ana next to 4th and Spurgeon streets, the goal was to cultivate diversity through books. The past year has been all about how to occupy online space to survive. LibroMobile Literary Arts Festival will go …

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Noepe Center for the Literary Arts announces writing workshops

The Noepe Center for the Literary Arts in Featherstone recently announced their writing workshops for winter and spring 2021. The year begins with Shira Erlichman, with her “Nothing for Granted” poetry workshop. The five-day virtual course will run from February 15 to 19, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. “In …

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