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Introducing Sarah McColl, Creative Nonfiction Faculty

We asked this year’s faculty to respond to a question related to this year’s theme of CONVERGENCE. Today, it’s the convergence of Sarah McColl with Spotify and doubt.

Gallery Walk 2015

Check out these samples from the Summer 2015 Graphic Fiction and Nonfiction workshop! Thanks to instructor Lydia Conklin and to all the students who participated!

Theater of War

New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood has alumnus Bryan Doerries’ book, Theater of War, on his gift list. Here’s why you should, too.

Introducing Sallie Merkel, Play & Scriptwriting Faculty

We asked this year’s faculty to respond to a question related to this year’s theme of disTRACTION. Today, Sallie Merkel tells us about a time she turned a moment of distraction to her advantage.

Introducing Suzy Chamandy, Fiction Faculty

We asked this year’s faculty to respond to a question related to this year’s theme of disTRACTION. Today, Suzy Chamandy tells us about a time she turned a moment of distraction to her advantage.

Introducing Lindsay Hill, Poetry Faculty

We asked this year’s faculty to respond to a question related to this year’s theme of disTRACTION. Today, Lindsay Hill writes to us from a train.

Introducing Lydia Conklin, Fiction and Graphic Fiction/Non-Fiction Faculty

We asked this year’s faculty to respond to a question related to this year’s theme of disTRACTION. In today’s installment, fiction and comics writer Lydia Conklin tells you how to reward yourself for staying focused.

Introducing Henry Hoke, Play & Scriptwriting Faculty

We asked this year’s faculty to respond to a question related to this year’s theme of disTRACTION. Today, Henry Hoke offers some tips for getting focused. Hint: DO feed the animals.

Introducing Greg Brown, Fiction Faculty

We asked this year’s faculty to respond to a question related to this year’s theme of disTRACTION. Greg Brown brought Einstein into the equation, and still somehow managed to mow the lawn.

Introducing Serena Chopra, Poetry Faculty

We asked this year’s faculty to respond to a question related to this year’s theme of disTRACTION. Here’s what Serena Chopra has to say about the influence of weather, candlelight, cats, and more on her writing.