MFA’s “In The Blood” tackles homelessness and poverty in New York, hurling piles of garbage and giant “SLUT” banner
“I don’t think the world likes women very much.”
Live jazz, classy cocktails, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, and portraits of music legends on the walls—if you want to transport into a different era, Showman’s Jazz Club is the place for you. The old-fashioned style bar, located in Harlem, is known for its cozy, homey vibe and rich African-American history....
“What would Lynne Tillman do?” An author shares noteworthy writing tips, short stories on individuality at creative writing lecture
“Whatever you’re told not to do, it’s worth exploring,” Guggenheim Fellowship-winning author Lynne Tillman said at a talk on creative writing at Dodge Hall on Wednesday night....
Pulitzer-winning novelist Richard Ford talks life and literature, beyond his conversation with writer John Banville at “The Novel and its Discontents”
“Literature gives an extra beat to life,” writer and professor Richard Ford said, opening up a conversation with fellow author John Banville about their experiences as novelists....