Junior and Senior Creative Writing Parents: Our annual Lake Logan Writers Retreat is upon us, and we are all excited to spend another few days up in the mountains together. Parent Packets have been sent home already with all the
The first SOA Creative Writing Booster Club meeting will be held on 17 September, 5:30, in Room 4133. See you there!
Reese Fischer performed her poem, “On the Ground,” at the Richard Blanco poetry reading last week. Lots of requests for the poem have poured in to the Creative Writing program, but we had some trouble with the original video of
I would say that she upstaged Richard Blanco, who gave one of the best evenings of poetry reading I’ve ever seen, except that such phrases diminish the occasion, suggesting a competition of sorts, putting the focus on her, when Reese
On behalf of the Creative Writing Department, I’m writing to let you know that Richard Blanco, the internationally renowned writer who read his poem “One Today” at President Obama’s 2013 inauguration, will give a public lecture and reading of his
Parents of freshman and sophomore writers who plan to go on the Penn Center must attend an informational meeting on 5 February, at 5:30 in the SOA classrooms. See the calendar and the Events tab for more details.
Rene Miles is delighted to announce that 11th grader Maddy Seabrook is a finalist in the National Young Arts Foundation competition. Maddy’s portfolio included three pieces of Creative Nonfiction. 170 finalists were named representing ten artistic disciplines. According to their
Great news! Three juniors from my “Finding Your Voice” class have been named as finalists in the First Annual South Carolina High School Writing Contest. Students answered the following question, “How should we improve the state of South Carolina?” and