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Mark R. Green ’89 Publishes Book

Mark R. Green ’89 wrote a memoir and creative nonfiction book, Void if Detached, which will be published in the fall by DCDesign Books. Renowned American filmmaker Ken Burns is currently reading Green's book and plans on endorsing it. It will be available on Amazon starting September 23, 2016.

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Play Written by Jenna Langbaum ’15 to be Featured in Fringe Festival

The play Jenna Langbaum ’15 wrote for her senior project at Hamilton, The Night of Blue and Salt, will be featured in the New York International Fringe Festival in the Iati Theatre in New York City this August. She will be directing it, and will also be performing in it along with two other Hamilton College alumni, Andrew Gibeley ’16 and Anna Jastrzembski ’14.    More ...

Fain Riopelle '17
Writing Right for College

The adjustment to college life is something that many remember as perhaps overwhelming and, at times, confusing. As a Writing Center tutor, Fain Riopelle ’17 has tracked this transitional period by reading first-year students’ essays.  Through an Emerson research grant this summer Riopelle hopes to identify common issues with high school writing and create a curriculum that addresses them.  More ...

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Stefanie Sacks ’91 Wrote a Book titled What the Fork Are You Eating?

Culinary Nutritionist, author, consultant, speaker and food firebrand, Stefanie Sacks ’91, wrote a book called What the Fork Are You Eating? This book is an action plan to help people lead a healthier lifestyle from shopping to cooking at home.  More ...

Claudia Rankine speaks in the Chapel.
Claudia Rankine: An American Lyricist

Claudia Rankine, award-winning poet and essayist, read from her nationally acclaimed book, Citizen: An American Lyric, in the Chapel on Feb.  8. This work is a collection of stories conveyed mainly as prose poems and mixed media images.  Rankine explained that she had asked her friends to tell her a story about a time “where you were doing something ordinary […] and suddenly somebody said something that reduced you to your race” in order to explore the “white supremacist foundations inside this culture.  More ...

Naomi Guttman
Guttman the Winner of CNY Book Award in Poetry

The Banquet of Donny & Ari: Scenes from the Opera, by Professor of English and Creative Writing Naomi Guttman, was named the winner of the CNY Book Award in Poetry for 2015. The announcement was made on Dec. 3 in Syracuse, N.Y., at the CNY Book Awards reception.  More ...

Margie Thickstun
Thickstun Presents, Chairs Session

Margie Thickstun, the Jane Watson Irwin Professor of English and Creative Writing, presented “Teaching Paradise Lost through Oral Performance” last month at the 2015 Conference on John Milton in Murfreesboro, Tenn.  More ...

Naomi Guttman
Guttman’s Work Praised in New Review

A review of The Banquet of Donny & Ari: Scenes from the Opera, a novella-in-verse by Professor of English and Creative Writing Naomi Guttman, was recently published in Alimentum: The Literature of Food. The book was also named a 2015 CNY Book Awards finalist.  More ...

Colum McCann
Reading by Irish Novelist Colum McCann is Nov. 5

Colum McCann, an Irish writer of literary fiction, will read from his most recent work Thirteen Ways of Looking, on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 8 p.m., in the Fillius Events Barn. The reading is sponsored by the English and Creative Writing Department and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Hamilton 2015-16 Senior Fellow John Rufo.
Senior Fellow John Rufo Engages with Contemporary Poets

It was a twist for John Rufo ’16 to find himself giving an interview rather than conducting one. The Senior Fellow is spending the year interviewing contemporary political poets through the lenses of race, gender, sexuality and disability. With a focus on younger poets, he hopes to open up a space for them to talk about their practice. Rufo, a creative writing major, took his project as an opportunity to merge his concentration with race and gender studies, sociology and history.  More ...

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