An eclectic group of some of the University of La Verne’s most diligent creative writing students gathered for the launch of the 18th annual Prism Review literary magazine Tuesday in the interfaith chapel.
Author Scott Nadelson read excerpts from his new novel “Between You and Me,” an episodic comedy that follows an ordinary character for 20 years through different stages of life, to students Tuesday in the Chapel.
The student-edited literary journal “Prism Review” launched its 17th issue and recognized the undergraduate creative writing winner with its annual launch party Monday in the Interfaith Chapel.
Ilya Kaminsky, a poet and translator of poetry, recites and explains multiple Russian poems at the Poetry and Translation event April 17 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
An audience of more than 50 was transported from the black folding chairs set up in the middle of The Last Bookstore in downtown Los Angeles to Tucson, Arizona, as Sean Bernard read a selection from his collection of short stories, “Desert Sonorous,” Friday.
She was a cool mom, not a regular mom, in 2004’s “Mean Girls,” she has hosted the Golden Globes with fellow “Saturday Night Live” cast member Tina Fey and is finishing up the final season as the ambitious and optimistic former council woman of Pawnee Leslie Knope on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.”
Those who are familiar with the HBO series “Girls” would know that Lena Dunham has shown viewers every side of herself.
Former NASA researcher Randall Munroe combines science with humor.
Their skin is decomposed and smells rancid. The expression on their face looks like they were punched in the face with a shovel. They can’t think, they can’t run and they live on a well balanced diet of brains.
What would your life be without the Internet? Cracked.com writer Wayne Gladstone’s new novel imagines a world where the Internet is dead and the struggles people face.