Literary arts

Whistler Writers Fest Celebrates Literary Arts in Fall Colors — Stir

Much like a book club, the festival launch events are sure to spark conversation and camaraderie. Highlights of October 13 include the opening night at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Center featuring Canada’s top independent writers. A brand new event follows; Sharing Traditions: An Evening of Oral Storytelling features Tsawaysia Spukwus …

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Megacity Review™ (MCR), a literary arts journal for underrepresented voices, is launching its first writing contest.

With the advent of Hispanic Heritage Month, Megacity Review™ is offering up to $1,000 for fiction and nonfiction stories for authors of color and their allies. LOS ANGELES, California, USA, Sept. 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Megacity Review™, a literary arts journal for underrepresented voices, has launched its first fiction and …

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Celebrate the literary arts

September 6 – The Cullman County Library and Friends of Cullman County Public Libraries continue to provide access to literature to Cullman County residents after its brand new small free library is installed in the Art Park from the city. The non-profit organization Little Free Library aims to remove all …

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Celebrating the Literary Arts | New

The Cullman County Library and Friends of Cullman County Public Libraries continue to provide access to literature for Cullman County residents following the installation of its brand new small free library in the city’s Art Park . The non-profit organization Little Free Library aims to remove all barriers to book …

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Julie Mancini, language lover and literary arts champion, dies at 73

Julie Mancini, former executive director of literary arts, was a “force for good in every way,” according to former Portland City Commissioner Mike Lindberg. Photo courtesy: Literary Arts Julie Mancini, a longtime leader of what is now the literary arts and an eye-opener fighter for the existence and visibility of …

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Review: ‘Escape Into Meaning’ a masterful survey of literary arts, film and more | book reviews

ESCAPE IN THE SENSE. By Evan Puschak. Earphone books. 272 pages. $27. Going broad and deep, journalist Evan Puschak reflects on a remarkable range of artistic, political, and philosophical territory in his first article, aptly titled “Escape Into Meaning.” And it does so incisively, offering unexpected connections and unusually insightful …

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Bookmarked Festival of Literary Arts: Introducing award-winning novelist Percival Everett

Bookmarked Festival of Literary Arts is thrilled to announce this year’s keynote speaker: author, Percival Everett! Percival Everett is the author of over thirty novels and collections of stories, including The Trees, Telephone, So Much Blue, Virgil Russell’s Percival Everett, I Am Not Sidney Poitier and Erasure. Everett has won …

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Houston-based Inprint celebrates 40 years in the literary arts

HOUSTON, August 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Inprint, from Houston leading literary arts nonprofit, today announced that it has reached its 40th anniversary as a resource for creatives across the city. This milestone reflects the organization’s commitment to the community, serving more than 15,000 readers and writers through literary activities. Inprint …

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MSA Adds Literary Arts Instructor – Daily Leader

PHOTO SUBMITTED Harlem native Nadia Alexis is MSA’s new literary arts instructor. Nadia Alexis is the new professor of literary arts at the Mississippi School of the Arts. The New York native is moving from Oxford to Brookhaven, where she recently taught at the University of Mississippi. Born to Haitian …

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Monthly literary arts publication for San Diego ‘The Mission’ debuts at Comic-Con

A new outlet for artists is coming to San Diego. Local writers and poets announced on Saturday the upcoming launch of ‘The Mission’, a monthly publication that will feature comics, cartoons, poetry, short fiction, photography and visual arts, with content from local and national artists. Igor Goldkind, author and San …

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The Wexford Literary Arts Festival will take place this weekend

This weekend County Wexford will hold its annual Literary Arts Festival with an extensive program of events. he festival is traditionally based in Enniscorthy, where it started, it has expanded in recent years to also include a program of events in the town of Wexford. Among the major attractions staged …

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Time to embrace vibrant, youthful literary talents, says Malaysian poet

When she was growing up and devouring books, spoken word artist and poet Sheena Baharudin wished there had been such an event as the Kuala Lumpur Youth Literary Arts Festival (KLYLAF), which opens today today. The inaugural festival, which takes place at Petaling Jaya Performing Arts Center (PJPAC), KuAsh Theater …

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Edmonds Arts Festival will feature local authors at the Literary Arts stand

For the first time ever, visitors to the Edmonds Arts Festival from June 17-19 will have the opportunity to chat with local authors at the Literary Arts Stand located in the square above Edmonds Library. A number of authors are members of EPIC Group Writers, which has partnered with Edmonds …

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Literary Arts Festival will showcase the community that comes together to celebrate reading

Newsletter Report The Las Cruces Arts and Culture District (ACD) will host its first Literary Arts Festival beginning at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 4, the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) announced in a press release. The event “will showcase our community’s enthusiasm for the literary arts, from readings and …

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Best-selling author Don Winslow on giving up writing books for activism | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Robert Gallagher Don Winslow With the publication of his latest novel city ​​on fire (William Morrow), Don Winslow’s writing career has come full circle. The first of three books featuring Irish and Italian characters involved in organized crime, the stories are set in …

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Brandon Getz delivers a twisted collection of short stories | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge These are not Aesop’s Fables. There are creatures to be found in Stop Me If You Ever Heard This One (2022, Six Gallery Press), the first collection of 12 short stories by Brandon Getz, and Pittsburgh City Paper’s May Book Club section, but they’re …

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Local literary arts festival for young writers emerging from the scene

Come as you are to the inaugural Kuala Lumpur Youth Literary Arts Festival (KLYLAF) from June 24-26, with participation from a handful of Klang Valley arts venues. Yes, they really mean it: the festival’s theme is ‘No Invitation Necessary’, an apt representation of its spirit of openness, diversity, inclusivity and …

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RC Literary Arts | Reedley College

Talia Lakshmi Kolluri is a South Asian American writer from Northern California. His first collection of short stories, What we gave the Manticorejust Pewter house books in the fall of 2022. His short fiction was published in the Minnesota Review, Ecotone, Southern Humanities Journaland The common. A lifelong Californian, Talia …

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The collection of revealing essays asks the question: are the arts essential? | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Alberta Arthurs Photo: Flash Rosenberg Crystal Truscott, Alberta Arthurs and Jeffrey Brown In a test for Are the arts indispensable? (NYU Press) Ford Foundation President Darren Walker writes that the impact of art cannot be quantified because “you cannot measure the impact of empathy …

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The Las Positas College Literary Arts Festival returns this weekend | News

Experience a full day of free writing workshops and panels when the Las Positas College Literary Arts Festival returns this Saturday. The festival, held for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown in in-person gatherings, features internationally acclaimed authors, an Afghan-American memoirist, a US Army veteran poet, and a …

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Cabrillo Watsonville Center Celebrates Second Edition of Literary Arts Review

WATSONVILLE—The second edition of a literature and arts journal created by Cabrillo College English students will soon be published, and the public is invited to celebrate with students and contributors this Friday. Xinachtli Journal, or Journal X, features poetry, short stories, essays and art. It is compiled by a 1B …

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UNCW’s Lookout Books Receives Emergency Literary Arts Funding

Friday, April 29, 2022 Lookout Books, the literary book publisher of UNCW’s Department of Creative Writing, is among more than 300 organizations and publishers to receive financial assistance from the Literary Arts Emergency Fund, supported by the Mellon Foundation. “We are thrilled to receive this vital support, which will go …

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‘From Kennywood to Kensington’: the famous concert pianist writes a whimsical sequel | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge piano girl playbook author Robin Meloy Goldsby Robin Meloy Goldsby has arguably played more gigs than the Rolling Stones and Madonna combined. Its schedule rivals the Grateful Dead at its peak, with around 200 performances a year. And the variety of venues she’s …

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Another Appalachia celebrates homosexuality and racial diversity in unexpected places | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge For a long time, the voices that have dominated the narratives of what it’s like to live in Appalachia have been conservative and white. While many Appalachian towns in Pennsylvania and West Virginia are not always racially diverse, there are people of color who …

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Furious Flower Poetry Center Receives $15,000 Literary Arts Emergency Fund Award

ABSTRACT: The Furious Flower Poetry Center received the $15,000 Literary Arts Emergency Fund Award, administered by the Academy of American Poets, the Community of Literary Magazine & Presses (CLMP), and the National Book Foundation. The Furious Flower Poetry Center received a $15,000 award through the Literary Arts Emergency Fund administered …

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Las Positas College is preparing to organize a festival of literary arts | Culture

Las Positas College will host a literary arts festival, “Get Lit,” on Saturday, May 7, with a keynote address by Tamim Ansary, an Afghan American writer of fiction and history. Ansary, which received the Northern California Book Award in 2010 for “Destiny Disrupted: A History of the World through Islamic …

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Obsidian Receives Literary Arts Emergency Fund Award – News

Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora received a Literary Arts Emergency Fund award of $15,000. Obsidian is one of 313 literary arts organizations and publishers across the United States to receive funding for the historically underfunded field of literary arts. The Literary Arts Emergency Fund was initiated and …

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Jaigantic Studios buys books and literary arts from Hawthorne

Jaigantic Studios acquired Hawthorne Books and Literary Arts. The imprint will target manuscripts with the goal of finding potential projects for film and television content. “It’s a marriage made in heaven,” said Rhonda Hughes, Hawthorne’s editor. The company, headquartered in Portland, Oregon, has opted for several projects in the past. …

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BookFest Equinox offers a taste of the literary arts

Content of the article Turning a page on virtual gatherings, the annual BookFest/Festival du Livre Windsor literary festival is returning later this year as an in-person event, say organizers who are also planning a new event called BookFest Equinox. Content of the article “We did, last year and the year …

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Additional Consideration: New Initiative Promotes Literary Arts and Helps Those in Need | Opinion of Colombia

Sometimes Midlands artists seem to have an innate need to care for others that not everyone can relate to. It’s not uncommon for local artists and arts organizations, many of which could use funding themselves, to come together to address a problem in the social matrix that has left community …

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Literary arts hubs cite difficulty balancing requirements, small class sizes

While Emily Tom ’25 knew she wanted to study literary arts when she entered Brown, she found that constraints within the department made it difficult to pursue a concentration in literary arts. In the end, to make sure she could complete the required classes with small class sizes, Tom declared …

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UO International Undergraduate Literary Arts Review – The Oakland Post

Now in its seventh volume, UO’s international undergraduate literary arts journal The Oakland Arts Review (OAR) continues to progress – providing students with professional writing and publishing experience and connecting the university to the wider world of contemporary literature. With the the average lifespan of literary journals being one to …

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Allegheny County Libraries Launches New App for Borrowers Across the Region | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP Photo: Jared Wickerham Stacks at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in Carrick Book lovers have long been able to access materials from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh online through its Overdrive and Libby apps. Now, borrowers across the region, including those with CLP, …

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UC Graduate Teaching Assistant on Poetry and the Value of the Literary Arts | News

Cara Dees, PhD candidate at the University of Cincinnati for creative writing. Provided | Cara Dee When you walk into a Zoom conference with Cara Dees, she immediately offers insight into her love for writing and literature right through her living room. As she excuses herself to make herself a …

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Literary/artistic fair for 30 days of inspiration

Artists and poets will read and discuss their work featured in 30 Days of Inspiration, the Bucks County Arts and Culture Council’s social media campaign, featuring a poem paired with an artwork for each day of April in honor of National Poetry Month. Join us for a relaxed discussion and …

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Excellence in Literary Arts | University of Wittenberg

Andrew J. Graff, Visiting Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wittenberg, has won a 2022 Ohio Arts Council (OAC) Individual Achievement Award in the fiction category for his debut novel raft of stars. “To learn that I was the recipient of the Ohio Arts Council’s Individual Achievement Award …

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Delta Literary Arts Society launches talk-reading series – Peace Arch News

What do you get when you combine poetry, dance, visual arts and science, add three top local writers and present it all in a state-of-the-art theater? This month, the Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) launches its new literary event, InkWellTold, a bimonthly conversational reading series at the new North Delta …

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Delta Literary Arts Society launches talk-reading series – Surrey Now-Leader

What do you get when you combine poetry, dance, visual arts and science, add three top local writers and present it all in a state-of-the-art theater? This month, the Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) launches its new literary event, InkWellTold, a bimonthly conversational reading series at the new North Delta …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Launches Conversational Reading Series – North Delta Reporter

What do you get when you combine poetry, dance, visual arts and science, add three top local writers and present it all in a state-of-the-art theater? This month, the Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) launches its new literary event, InkWellTold, a bimonthly conversational reading series at the new North Delta …

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Delta Literary Arts Society launches first poetry contest – Peace Arch News

Local writers are encouraged to sharpen their pencils and enter the Delta Literary Arts Society’s inaugural poetry contest. Through April 1, DLAS is accepting submissions from literary novices and seasoned professionals, with cash prizes up for grabs. “We are delighted to provide a forum for local writers to share their …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Launches First Poetry Competition – Surrey Now-Leader

Local writers are encouraged to sharpen their pencils and enter the Delta Literary Arts Society’s inaugural poetry contest. Through April 1, DLAS is accepting submissions from literary novices and seasoned professionals, with cash prizes up for grabs. “We are delighted to provide a forum for local writers to share their …

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Literary Arts Announces 2022 Oregon Book Award Finalists

On Monday, March 7, Literary Arts has announced the finalists for the 2022 Oregon Book Awards. Out-of-state judges highlighted 35 titles (two by Portland YA author April Henry), including alumni books Portland Monthly contributors Omar El Akkad, Sarah Mirk and Jessica (Tyner) Mehta. Topics range from trans magic …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Launches Poetry Contest

The Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) is launching its first poetry contest where everyone from literary novices to professionals is invited to throw their hats into the ring. “We are thrilled to provide a forum for local writers to share their work,” said Diana Calliou, DLAS Treasurer and author of …

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VOICE: MFA students in creative writing continue open mics at The Literary: Arts: Smile Politely

It was the first open mic I’d attended that started with an ice-breaking speed dating, supposedly to “get in the Valentine’s Day mood” after the fact. The surprise reveal was that all of the speed dating contestants turned out to be literary villains. The emcee, Erin Hoffman, does short readings …

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Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center launches 2022 prize awarding $10,000 in competitions and scholarships to young poets of color

VENICE, Calif. /California Newswire/ – Beyond Baroque, one of the nation’s leading literary arts centers, announced that the Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize is now actively accepting nominations. The award, created in honor of Beyond Baroque alumnus and U.S. presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, will accept nominations through May …

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Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center’s Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize Open for Applications

Beyond Baroque, one of the nation’s leading literary arts centers, announced that the Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize is now actively accepting nominations. The award, created in honor of Beyond Baroque alumnus and U.S. presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, will accept nominations through May 1, 2022. “We are very …

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Literary Arts Fair | The Bucks County Herald

The Bucks County Arts and Culture Council presents a LITERARY ARTS FAIR February 17, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at Freeman Hall, 181 East Court Street, Doylestown, featuring 2021 Bucks County Poet Laureate Nicole Steinberg; Lynn Levin, winner of the 2021 Bucks County Short Fiction Award; Steve Nolan, writer and poet; …

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Chautauqua Literary Arts partners with the JHS class to present “Holidays in Poetry”

WRFA Jason sample speak with Sony Ton Aime, Michael I. Rudell Director of Literary Arts at Chautauqua Institution, and Betsy Rowe-Baehr, English teacher at Jamestown High School. The two share details about Holidays in poetry – a new community project combining poetry and the holidays. Part of the project involved …

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Pittsburgh booksellers receive vacation bonuses from author James Patterson | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP photo: Jared Wickerham Lea Bickerton, winner of The Tiny Bookstore’s Holiday Bookstore Bonus Program in the North Hills One of America’s most commercially successful authors decided to help independent bookstores, including those in Pittsburgh. James Patterson, the best-known writer for his Alex Cross series, has donated …

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Delta Literary Arts Society hosts family vacation show to support Deltassist – Peace Arch News

The Delta Literary Arts Society is hosting a holiday themed event to raise money for the Deltassist Emergency Food Cabinet. On Saturday December 18, DLAS presents two screenings of Suki’s Reindeer Wish at the North Delta Arts Center. The family event will feature reindeer crafts, winter-themed family portraits, and an …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Hosts Family Holiday Show to Support Deltassist – Surrey Now-Leader

The Delta Literary Arts Society is hosting a holiday themed event to raise money for the Deltassist Emergency Food Cabinet. On Saturday December 18, DLAS presents two screenings of Suki’s Reindeer Wish at the North Delta Arts Center. The family event will feature reindeer crafts, winter-themed family portraits, and an …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Hosts Family Vacation Show to Support Deltassist – North Delta Reporter

The Delta Literary Arts Society is hosting a holiday themed event to raise money for the Deltassist Emergency Food Cabinet. On Saturday December 18, DLAS presents two screenings of Suki’s Reindeer Wish at the North Delta Arts Center. The family event will feature reindeer crafts, winter-themed family portraits, and an …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Hosts Family Holiday Show Supporting Deltassist – Surrey Now-Leader

The Delta Literary Arts Society is hosting a holiday-themed event to raise funds for the Deltasist emergency food cabinet. On Saturday December 18, DLAS presents two screenings of Suki’s Reindeer Wish at the North Delta Arts Center. The family event will include reindeer crafts, winter-themed family portraits and an all-ages …

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Scotiabank announces increased support for Canadian literary arts through Little Free Library and Scotiabank Giller Prize collaboration

TORONTO –News Direct– Scotiabank TORONTO, November 2, 2021 / 3BL Media / – Scotiabank announced a new collaboration with Little Free Library, the world’s largest book-sharing movement, to place thousands of copies of the novels shortlisted for the Scotiabank Prize Giller in Little Free Libraries across Canada. Today, Canadians can …

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Support the literary arts community at the introvert ball

Attend the What Cheer Writers Club event in person to connect with other creatives or support yourself from the comfort of your home. Join the What Cheer Writers Club and participate in fun community festivities like on-demand poetry and silent auction. Photo courtesy of Jodie Noel Vinson. On Saturday October …

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Scotiabank announces additional support for Canadian literary arts in collaboration with Little Free Library and the Scotiabank Giller Prize

TORONTO, 25 October 2021 / CNW / – Scotiabank today announced a new collaboration with Small free library, the world’s largest book-sharing movement, to place thousands of copies of the novels shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize in small free libraries across Canada. Scotiabank is giving Little Free Library stewards …

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Scotiabank Announces Additional Support for Canadian Literary Arts with Little Free Library and Scotiabank Giller Prize

Today, Canadians can now find “book bundles” containing the 5 shortlisted novels in hundreds of small free libraries across the country. This collaboration is an important part of Scotiabank’s support of Canadian literary arts and will allow more Canadians to access the novels shortlisted for the prize and promote the …

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Delta Literary Arts Society features spooky Halloween-themed poetry and short story reading

“Killer Verse: A Night of Literary Terror” will make you tremble in your seat Just a month after its inception, the Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) is determined to scare Delta with its next spooky read at the North Delta Center for the Arts. The group will feature spooky poems …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Launches With Halloween-Themed Show – North Delta Reporter

The newly launched Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) is wasting no time in bringing its first event to North Delta audiences. On Saturday, October 23, the company is hosting Killer Verse: A Night of Literary Terror, a multi-faceted production featuring “undead” costumed actors and ushers, at the new North Delta …

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Julien Baker explored the literary arts on ‘Little Oblivions’, now she’s ready to educate

Baker’s “Little Oblivions,” her third studio album, received widespread praise for its full band sound (new accompaniments that she performed on her own) and intentional, confident lyricism. The 12 track album is more streamlined than equally emotionally anchored “Sprained Ankle” and “Turn Out the Light”. Baker worked with producer and …

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13 new books to watch in August | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge *Pittsburgh Author Spotlight*Go away by Zoje StageReleased August 17 via MulhollandThriller, 384 pages Pittsburgh’s Zoje Stage, whose first novel Deciduous teeth was an international bestseller, returns with a new horror-tinged thriller. Since their teenage years, sisters Imogen and Beck have been best friends with …

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Utah Festival of the Arts 2021: Literary Arts Program, now in its 27th year, adds new features including BIPOC Literary Program, student writer readings, three-stage performances

EDITOR’S NOTE: For more on some highlights from this year’s Utah Festival of the Arts literary arts program, check out articles on BIPOC’s literary program here, AM Luzzader and Chadd VanZanten here, Danielle Susi and the student writers from the SLCC here and the independent and team poems slams here. …

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COVID-19 Event Policies for the Literary Arts

UPDATED: July 20, 2022 Vaccination policy: For events, classes, seminars and meetings at our downtown literary arts space at 925 SW Washington Street, we require proof of vaccination (or a negative test performed within 72 hours) and strongly encourage people to wear a mask at all times. At that time, …

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USPS: Literary Arts Stamp Series Honors Multi-Genre Author

Ursula K. Le Guin Forever / USPS Stamps The groundbreaking and transgender writings of acclaimed author Ursula K. Le Guin, whose novels and short stories have increased appreciation for science fiction and fantasy, are celebrated with a new Forever stamp – the 33rd of the Postal Service Literary Arts series. …

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Literary arts stamp series pays homage to multi-gender author

“Ursula once said she wanted to see science fiction break through the old convention walls and strike right into the next wall – and start smashing it too,” said Joseph corbett, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of the US Postal Service, who was the inaugural official for the …

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Oregon Literary Scholarship Guidelines 2022

The Oregon Literary Fellowships are intended to assist writers in Oregon to initiate, develop or complete literary projects in the fields of poetry, fiction, literary non-fiction, theater (including scripts for television and film) and literature for young readers. For 2022, Literary Arts will accept applications online only. Application deadline: September …

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Winchester’s 1455 Literary Arts Summer Festival practically returns this week

The 1455 Literary Arts Summer Festival kicked off in 2019 in person in Winchester, Virginia, before switching to virtual panels last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, the festival virtually returns with more than 70 free events from Thursday to Saturday. OMCP’s Jason Fraley gives an overview of …

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Toyota Supports Detroit Students With “InsideOut Literary Arts” Oral Creation

Photo provided Detroit, MI – InsideOut Literary Arts, an award-winning organization headquartered in Detroit, has announced the winners of its 2021 performance troupe supported by Toyota Motor North America. The performance troupe is part of the organization’s Citywide Poets after-school program, which provides teens with weekly creative writing workshops, publications, …

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City Books Announces Writers-in-Residence in Fall 2021 | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of Dade Lemanski and Kelsey Swintek Dade Lemanski (left) and Kelsey Swintek (right). Dade Lemanski is working on a book on “Polish folk magic, fathers (dying) and anti-blackness among white punks”. Kelsey Swintek is working on her first collection of essays. The two will be …

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McAlester Alumni Named Executive Director of Chickasaw Nation Literary Arts Division | Local News

Joe Thomas, a 2007 graduate of McAlester High School, was recently promoted to a leadership position with the Chickasaw Nation, headquartered in Ada. Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby appointed Chickasaw Citizen Joe Thomas as General Director of Literary Arts. “Joe Thomas understands the important role the literary arts play in …

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Literary Arts Tent is looking for authors, illustrators and poets in Norwich, NY

The Colorscape Board is busy planning the return of the Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival, scheduled for the weekend after Labor Day, September 11-12. The festival attracts around 10,000 to 12,000 attendees each year and all the favorite things to do will be back for 2021. There will be multiple stages …

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Twelve beginnings in literary arts “In search of the earth”

In spring 2020, Gray-Kontar invited 20 young people from Cleveland connected to Twelve Literary Arts to share their poems at an open-mic Zoom conference. Wallace, who lived near Washington, DC at the time, listened to the call in an effort to select a range of poems depicting a myriad of …

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12 new books to discover in June | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge The chosen and the beautiful by Nghi Vo Posted on June 1 via TorHistorical / fantasy fiction, 272 pages* A Pride Month Reading * Large Gabsy fans, this one’s for you! Nghi Vo The chosen and the beautiful is a reimagining of the American classic, with Jordan …

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Las Positas College organizes its first Literary Arts Festival | New

Las Positas College is hosting its first all-day literary arts festival on Saturday May 8, a free virtual event that will feature nationally and internationally renowned authors including bestselling memoirs, Hollywood screenwriter, award-winning poets and more Again. “This event is really special because it allows LPC to showcase the amazing …

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Final Literary Arts Live calls for contemplation of the Earth – The Bates Student

On April 22, Bates hosted their last LiteraryArts Live of the year, an event that takes place several times a semester where writers from multiple genres come to share their work. To celebrate Earth Day, two poets specializing in writing about nature, the earth, how it was colonized and devastated, …

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Pamplin Media Group – Bits & Pieces: Literary Arts Virtualandia Features Young Poets

Other elements include the New Avenues for Youth mural, the Laurelhurst Club, the Ansel Adams and Lois Greenfield exhibit. Adams’ photos on display The Portland Art Museum has reopened and will bring the “Ansel Adams in Our Time” exhibit to members beginning Wednesday, April 28 and to the general public …

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