Wearing a sharp suit and a large smile, Charles M. Blow had spent no more than five minutes in the 12th floor lounge of Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) before beginning to sign copies of his memoir, “Fire Shut Up in My Bones.”
Robin Andersen's new book, “HBO’s Treme and the Story of the Storm: From New Orleans as Disaster Myth to Ground Breaking Television,” explores the influence of the media during disaster coverage and its role in how people react to these natural disasters.
Alvin Ailey artistic director, Robert Battle's new book, "My Story, My Dance" is available for purchase on Amazon.com.
“A conversation between the two very best people I could think of to discuss our mortal end.”
Poets Out Loud is a series for poets and students to read and discuss their work with an audience.
By JOSEPH RAMETTA Asst. Arts & Culture Co-Editor Published: March 15, 2015 There are over 3 billion women in the world. Each woman, regardless of race or ethnicity,...
On Monday, March 30 at 6 p.m., a staged reading of the book “White Girls” was held in Fordham College at Lincoln Center's (FCLC) Cafeteria Atrium.
“A corpse is much more than a dead body,” Margaret Schwartz, associate professor of communication and media studies at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), said.
At Poets Out Loud (POL) readings at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) on March 23, audiences will takeaway a piece of history through poetry.
Three poets from different generations share something in common: their inspiration for writing stems from deeply rooted memories, experiences and views of the world. At Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) “Poets Out Loud” on Feb. 17, Alicia Ostriker, Eduardo Corral and Caroline Hagood read poems dealing with cultural and political topics that intrigued and inspired them.