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Eidson Distinguished Professor in American Literature LeAnne Howe spoke to the Red & Black about her upcoming book project.
University of Georgia English Department and Creative Writing Professor Aruni Kashyap's latest book, His Father's Disease: Stories (CONTEXT 2019) was reviewed in The Telegraph.
Members of the Indigenous Aboriginal American Writers Caucus will honor University of Georgia Eidson Distinguished Professor in American Literature LeAnne Howe during an event at the Association of Writers & Writing Programs conference in San Antonio, Texas. Titled "Singing Still: A Tribute…
English Department faculty member Professor Aruni Kashyap discusses how he captures the complexity of India, his home state of Assam, and identity, through his fiction and poetry on Asia Art Tours' "The Arts of Travel Podcast."
The University of Washington hosted a staged reading of LeAnne Howe's new play-in-verse, Savage Conversations, directed by UW Drama MFA directing student Andrew Coopman. This event took place on Wednesday, January 22nd at 6 p.m.
Andrew Zawacki's latest book Unsun (Coach House Books 2019) was reviewed in On The Seawall, a community gallery of new writing, art, and commentary, hosted by Ron Slate. Unsun was reviewed by poet Lisa Russ Spaar.
Lana Turner #12 has a 10-page feature about Creative Writing Professor Andrew Zawacki and poet Anne Portugal. The magazine also published Dr. Zawacki's poem "Haint."
Dr. Sujata Iyengar and Dr. Miriam Jacobson announce the bittersweet launch of the 470-page Routledge Handbook to Shakespeare and Global Appropriation, which they co-edited with the late Christy Desmet and have dedicated to her memory.
The Chicago Review of Books created a list of 22 books by Indigenous authors to read duri