• Samuel Delany @ CalArts + REDCAT

    This fall, CalArt’s MFA Creative Writing Program is delighted to welcome Samuel R. Delany as our second Katie Jacobson Writer in Residence. A pathbreaking, taboo-busting titan of literary science fiction since the New Wave of the 1960s, Samuel R. Delany is a member of the Science Fiction Hall of Fame and holds four Nebulas, two […]
  • Critical Studies’ Interventions Lecture Series continues with Bruce Robbins

    Critical Studies’ Interventions Lecture Series continues with Bruce Robbins

    January 28th, 6pm, CalArts, Butler Building #4 Join CalArts’ school of Critical Studies for a lecture and screening by Bruce Robbins, who will be showing his film Some of My Best Friends are Zionists, followed by a Q&A with Thomas Altheimer. Robbins is the Old Dominion Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University. He works mainly […]
  • CalArts Creative Writing Program Alums Receive Arts Writers Grants

    We are pleased to announce that CalArts Creative Writing Program alums Travis Diehl and Andrew Berardini, have both been awarded grants by The Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program! Diehl and Berardini are two of only seven writers who were awarded in the category of Short-Form Writing for 2013. For additional info. […]
  • Writing Fellowships @ Fine Arts Work Center

    Writing Fellowships at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts Since 1968, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown has run the largest and longest residency Fellowship in the United States for emerging writers. Writers who have not yet published a full-length book of creative work are welcome to apply. Fellows receive a seven-month […]
  • New Core Course and Lecture Series for CalArts’ MFA Creative Writing Program

    Can writers and theorists still intervene in the world? How do they make, break and re-make worlds? Do words have more or less value in a world governed by code—in a networld? While the term “intervention” originated in the realm of the spiritual, we now tend to associate it with the political—with military and humanitarian […]
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