2014 FALL SEMESTER
CENTER FOR WRITERS EVENTS

Events are free and open to all.


OCTOBER EVENTS


Monday, October 13, 1:30 - 3 pm in LN 1104 A Writing Life: Conversations with Writer/Editors with BILL HARDING of SAN DIEGO POETRY AWARD & GARDEN OAK PRESS, publishers of "high quality works that might otherwise go unpublished." An informal Q & A that is open to all

NOVEMBER EVENTS

Monday, November 10, 1:30 - 3 pm in LN 1104 A Writing Life: Conversations with Writer/Editors with MARIA GAGLIANO of SLICE, a Brooklyn-based, nonprofit literary organization dedicated to bridging the gap between emerging writers and the publishing world and publishers of SLICE Magazine, which features fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. An informal Q & A that is open to all.  

Tuesday, November 11 8 pm in Sci I Room 149.  A reading from BU professors ALEXI ZENTNER & MARIA MAZZIOTTI GILLAN.  Novelist Zentner is the author of THE LOBSTER KINGS and TOUCH.  New out this year, The Lobster Kings was named a must-read by The New York Post, The Minneapolis Star Tribune, and Boston Magazine, and will be published in at least six countries and five languages. His first novel, Touch, was published in a dozen countries, and named one of the "best books" of 2011 from The National Post, Kobo, and Amazon.ca.  Poet Gillan has published twenty books.  In the past year or two alone she has published the poetry and art collection, THE GIRLS IN THE CHARTREUSE JACKETS,  the poetry collection ANCESTOR'S SONG, the craft book WRITING POETRY TO SAVE YOUR LIFE and the bi-lingual poetry collection, IN A PLACE OF FLOWERS AND LIGHT.  Director of the CW Program here at Binghamton, Gillan is a recipient of the 2014 George Garrett Award for Outstanding Community Service in Literature from AWP, the 2011 Barnes & Noble Writers for Writers Award from Poets & Writers and the 2008 American Book Award for her book, ALL THAT LIES BETWEEN US.

 

Questions? Call 777-2713 or e-mail at cwpro@binghamton.edu. 

Finding the rooms:  The Science I building houses The Chenango Room and Einsteins Bagels.  Room 149 is the auditorium at the other end of the building. 
LN 1104 is the Graduate Student Lounge at the base of the Library Tower (across the corridor from the coffee shop). 

Coming from off campus and need a little more help locating us?  For either room your best bet would be to park in the Visitor Lot across from the Bartle Library.  Either access the campus map or ask at the Information Booth on your way into campus to find that lot.  From that Visitor Lot you will cross the street and go down the main walkway between the Library and the Lecture Hall.  LN 1104 is the room at ground level at the base of the Library Tower.  Science I is the building across from the Lecture Hall once you come to the plaza in front of the Library Tower.  You'll see it says Chenango Room on the outside of the building.  You want to keep walking as straight as possible;  Room 149 is the auditorium that forms the leg of the L of the Science I building.  

Our SPRING READERS' SERIES in 2015 will feature Matthew Siegel & Margaux Fragoso (2/17);  Jericho Brown (2/24); Manuel Gonzales (3/17); Katey Schultz (3/24); and Jim Daniels (4/21).  WRITING LIFE presenters will be Robert Colley of Stone Canoe (2/25); Steve Woodward of Graywolf (3/23); and John Amen of Pedestal Magazine (4/22). 

Related Links

The Binghamton Poetry Project: 

community workshops for adults and children.  More information

Interested in the mini-course that runs in conjunction with the Readers' Series?

 

Last Updated: 9/23/14