On Tuesday, Oct. 27, Truman’s English and Linguistics department and Kirksville’s Aquadome are co-sponsoring a community event titled “All You Can Think.” This prose and poetry “slam” will feature original works by creative people who stayed in college beyond the usual four years. If you are a current graduate student or an alum of a […]
On Tuesday, October 20, 7:30 pm in the Little Theater (BH 176), Richard-Gabriel Rummonds, acknowledged master of the cast iron handpress, will give a talk entitled “Creating Great Literature in Limited Editions on Iron Handpresses: Borges, Cavafy, Burgess, Calvino, Cheever, Gioia.” The lecture is sponsored by the Dept. of English and Linguistics and the Dept. […]
On Tuesday, October 6th at 7:30 PM in the Little Theatre of Baldwin Hall on the Truman State Campus, Truman alumnus and world renowned fiction writer Prajwal Parajuly will give a reading from his work, as part of the Clayton B. Ofstad reading series sponsored by the Department of English & Linguistics. Prajwal Parajuly is […]
Colleagues: Photographers James Crnkovich and Robert Del Tredici will be projecting and discussing their work in the Del and Norma Robison Planetarium, Magruder Hall, at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 26. They are touring the country, celebrating their collaboration James Crnkovich’s Atomic America (Naciketas Press, 2015). Crnkovich came to Truman last year, when […]
The English and Linguistics Senior Seminar Conference is a large and exciting event. This semester, 75 students are capping their Truman careers with presentations developed in five seminars–on Adaptations, Creative Writing, Linguistics, Thomas Pyncheon, and 1920s America. Within these large topics, English and Linguistic majors have crafted works on an amazing range of specific interests. […]
Acclaimed author Bennett Sims will do a multimedia fiction reading of “White Dialogues” on Wednesday, March 18th, as the final event of the year in the Clayton B. Ofstad Readings Series. The “White Dialogues” reading will incorporate scenes and images from the classic Alfred Hitchcock film Vertigo. The reading is at 7:30 PM at the […]
ENG 409 Spring Poetry Workshop invites you to its first reading Thursday February 19 at noon in the library café. The reading will be MC’d by Erin Hutchison and was produced by Adriana Long and Natalie Welch. You should come. We know it’s not spring, but there will be poetry.
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Wednesday, November 19th, 7:30 PM University Art Gallery, Ophelia Parrish Hall Dear English and Linguistics colleagues: Ofstad Writer-in-Residence David Chan will be reading at the year’s second event in the Clayton B. Ofstad Readings Series on Wednesday, November 19th at 7:30 PM in the University Art Gallery. As usual, unique complimentary refreshments will be served […]
4 p.m., Oct. 22, Baldwin Little Theater 176 Marcin Jakubowski, a native of Poland who holds his PhD in fusion physics, was recently profiled in the NEW YORKER. He founded Open Source Ecology, a collaborative of engineers, producers, and builders, which has developed a set of 50 machines crucial to modern life–everything from a tractor, […]