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Writer John McNally to give a reading in Hanes Art Gallery November 16

Former English Department Writer in Residence John McNally will return to Wake Forest University on November 16 to give a reading as part of the Dillon Johnston Writers Reading Series. The reading will take place at 6 p.m. in the Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery within Scales Fine Arts… Continue Reading: Writer John McNally to give a reading in Hanes Art Gallery November 16

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Creative Writing program receives $10,000 gift from the family of Betty Jo Beeson Fitzpatrick

The family of Betty Jo Beeson Fitzpatrick ’50 recently gave $10,000 to the Wake Forest University English Department in support of the Dillon Johnston Writers Reading Series and the department’s Creative Writing program. This generous gift honors Betty Jo Beeson Fitzpatrick’s lifelong love of literature and learning. After graduating from… Continue Reading: Creative Writing program receives $10,000 gift from the family of Betty Jo Beeson Fitzpatrick

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Writer’s chat with award-winning author Amanda Ngoho Reavey offered on Thurs., Sept. 21

Students and faculty in the English Department and Creative Writing Minor, please join us! Reavey will discuss the craft of writing poetry, literary nonfiction, and memoir. This event will take place on Thursday, September 21st at 2:30pm in Ammons Lounge (A107 Tribble Hall). Amanda Ngoho Reavey is a poet and… Continue Reading: Writer’s chat with award-winning author Amanda Ngoho Reavey offered on Thurs., Sept. 21

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Adriana Kiczkowski presents a gender reading of Humans and Robot & Frank on Sept. 20

  Adriana Kiczkowski, Associate Lecturer from UNED, Spain, will present a gender reading of  TV’s Humans and the film Robot & Frank titled Women, Ageing and Care in a Robotic Era. Date: Wednesday, Sept. 20 at 4:30 p.m. Location: DeTamble Auditorium, Tribble Hall A110 This lecture is sponsored by the… Continue Reading: Adriana Kiczkowski presents a gender reading of Humans and Robot & Frank on Sept. 20

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Joshua Clover speaks on “Community in the Age of Riots” on Oct. 19

From riots spanning Baltimore, London, Paris, and Oakland, forms of protest have become increasingly common in the twenty-first century. How are we to understand the prevalence of riots today? How do riots today relate to those of the 1970s and, reaching further back, to the strikes of the nineteenth century… Continue Reading: Joshua Clover speaks on “Community in the Age of Riots” on Oct. 19

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