May 04 2013

Published by Fourth and Verse Books, Chiasmus is a micropress established by four poets in Cornell’s MFA program.

Apr 02 2012

Spring 2012 Sophie Hochhausl, PhD '14 candidate in the Department of History of Architecture and Urban Development, is the organizer of Convivium Conversations: Collected discussions on architecture, urbanism, and cultural production. This publication is a salon-style collection of work that promotes lively discourse on architecture and urbanism, and their relationship to cultural production. The publication is not only a resource for archiving the discussions, interviews, exhibitions, readings...

Mar 30 2012

This literary event, organized by Jackie Savegh, program manager in the Institute for African Development, will include a lecture, poetry readings, music performances and exhibition.

Mar 12 2012

5:30PM, 165 McGraw Hall Writer's Bloc, a student organization at Cornell University, provides a literary platform for the self-expression of incarcerated students of the Cornell Prison Education Program at Auburn and Cayuga Correctional Facilities.  The bi-annual journal includes works of poetry and prose that underscore the experience of incarceration by documenting feelings of loss, triumph, sorrow and growth. This year, Writer's Bloc will host Avi Steinberg, author of Running the...

Dec 09 2011

December 2011 Writer's Bloc, a student organization at Cornell University, provides a literary platform for the self-expression of incarcerated students of teh Cornell Prison Education Program at Auburn and Cayuga Correctional Facilities.  The bi-annual journal includes works of poetry and prose that underscore the experience of incarceration by documenting feelings of loss, triumph, sorrow and growth. This year, Writer's Bloc will host Avi Steinberg, author of Running the Books, to...

Feb 18 2011

Cornell University Sustainable Design (CUSD) Student Organization, dedicated to providing technical and strategic solutions related to human development and environmental challenges through creative architectural design. CUSD has partnered with Education Africa, a South African non-profit organization, to design a pre-school for a new mixed-income development outside Johannesburg.  Research and design models have been combined in a book that will serve as a manual for architecure...

Feb 01 2011

Goldwin Smith / February 2011 Julie Phillips Brown presents THE ADJACENT POSSIBLE, a book-length, linked sequence of poems centered on the problems of consciousness, inter-subjective relation, theories of emergence, and Buddhist philosophy and practice.  These thematic concerns emerge through a dialogue between two figures, in a variety of poetic modes, including free verse, invented forms, and the traditional Japanese forms of baibun, tanka, and renga.  What The Adjacent Possible...

Nov 20 2009

Fall 2009 Issue of Kitsch Magazine / Distributed on campus in various locations Student publication focusing on printing investigative feature pieces on subject matter related to Cornell, the Ithaca area, college, pop culture, and more. The magazine dedicates space to writers of fiction and poetry as well as artists and photographers to present their work. Kitsch Magazine

Apr 01 2007

AWKWARD is an innovative student publication.  The 6th installment of Awkward is an object-based issue with 14 plates, each displaying a text on one side, a texture on the other, that constitute 14 tactile experiences addressing various facets of campus life at Cornell. The plates slide into a die-cut box, and touch on a variety of subjects.  

Oct 01 2005

M.F.A. creative writing students and Cornell community writers read new works of fiction and poetry.

Apr 14 2005

Rita Dove. Poet, fiction writer, and essayist, author of On the Bus with Rosa Parks. 7:30, Statler Hall Auditorium.

Nov 05 2004

A graduate student conference comprising three panels of students in humanities, education and law, in addition to three keynote speakers: Dale Turner, Government, Dartmouth; Marigold Linton, Outreach Director, University of Kansas; and renowned Acoma poet and English professor Simon Ortiz.

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Dec 01 2004

The Lounge Hour Reading Series is a twice-monthly reading event showcasing poets and fiction writers in the MFA program. The event draws an audience of graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and members of the Ithaca community. Oct 7, 6-7pm: Michael Garrett, fiction; Tien Tran, poetry Oct 21, 6-7pm: George McCormick, fiction; Pelin Thornhill, poetry Nov 4, 6-7pm: Readers TBA Nov 16, 6-7pm: Undergraduate Readers TBA Dec 2, 6-7pm: Readers TBA

Apr 10 2003

We were reading to ourselves. Sometimes to others. I was quietly reading the margin when the doves fell, it was blue outside. Perhaps in a moment, he said. The moment never came. I was reading something else now, it didnít matter. Other people came and dropped off their rÈsumÈs. I wasnít being idle, exactly. Someone wanted to go away altogether in this preposterous season. from Chinese Whispers Professor Ashbery, the Charles P. Stevenson Jr. Professor of...