During a “Prose, Poetry and Flash Fiction” class conversation on how to make time up for her class, Professor Elizabeth Frost and her students came up with a very original idea.
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For people who enjoy creativity in the form of essays, comics and illustrations a festival dedicated to magazines approaches the neighborhoods. The second annual Brooklyn Zine Fest (pronounced Zeen) returns to Public Assembly on Sunday, April 21 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This event breeds a feted atmosphere and showcases self-published magazines of featured writers and artists at a price range between $1-$10.
Kelly Oxford, Twitter phenom from Canada, promoted the release of her first book, "Everything is Perfect When You're a Liar," at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe on April 1.
When looking for a good book to read, classic novels are often the most recommended.
The weirdos must be heard. The New Yorker wouldn’t publish them. Rolling Stone wouldn’t publish them. I certainly wouldn’t publish them. And so they publish themselves, and bare it all for all the world at the Brooklyn Zinefest.
Arts & Culture Co-Editor and Multimedia Manager Mike Madden attends the masters class series featuring poets Terrance Hayes and Patricia Smith.
Mary Bly’s mission in life is to remember. And her biggest fear is forgetting. The romantic novelists and professor of English at Fordham College at Lincoln Center is releasing her memoir, “Paris in Love,” on April 3.
Elliot Olshansky (Fordham University Graduate School of Business, 2014), published his first novel, “Robert’s Rules of Karaoke,” on Feb 5.
The popularity of blogging and the infinite amount of venues for sharing ideas online has made it easier than ever before for people to “publish” their writing.
By Matt Surrusco Arts & Culture Co-Editor Published: May 5, 2011 In March, over spring break, James Sheridan, Forhdam College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’11, led two friends on a sightseeing tour around Los Angeles. But as the guide, Sheridan wasn’t showing his buddies the Beverly Hills homes of just any celebrities. He was retracing the steps of his favorite [...]