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English students hold debate, public speaking contest

National Association of Students of English and Literary Studies (NASELS), University of Lagos (UNILAG) chapter, has organised an intra-departmental debate and public speaking contest for its members. The event was held at the Arts Theatre. It ... The Nation Nigeria, 1 week ago
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Center for Southern Studies to Award Sidney Lanier Prize to Komunyakaa on April 25

MACON - Mercer University's Center for Southern Studies will award the 2015 Sidney Lanier Prize for Southern Literature to poet Yusef Komunyakaa. The prize honors significant career contributions to Southern writing in drama, fiction or poetry. The ...
 Noodls1 week ago

Going home to Asheville

If you studied literature in college, then you might recall Asheville as the town that Thomas Wolfe depicted in his two-volume magnum opus Look Homeward, Angel and You Can't Go Home Again , novels that so scandalized the citizenry of Wolfe's ...
 Examiner.com1 week ago

Nyerere pushed for nationalism, language identity

RECENTLY, I read an informative post from a journalist colleague Sammy Awami currently in Canada for media studies. He had noticed something while on visit to Finland during a study tour. His observation at a Museum in Helsinki brought back the ...
 Daily News TSN4 hours ago

Three-day Islamabad Literature Festival kicks off: OUP brings together thinkers, writers from across the globe

ISLAMABAD: The Oxford University Press (OUP) on Friday opened the third Islamabad Literature Festival (ILF), gathering avid readers, writers, academics and literary figures from across Pakistan and the world. The three-day festival is sponsored by ...
 Daily Times1 day ago

Meet the maker: illustrator Catherine Campbell

Illustrator Catherine Campbell works from home in her new studio. Photo: Wayne Taylor Catherine Campbell Illustrator Trying to make art around a teething baby isn't an easy gig, especially for someone whose creative path has ...
 WA Today1 day ago
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Arts.21 20.04.15 | 19:30 - 20:00

Germany has lost one of its most powerful literary voices. Günter Grass died on 13 April at the age of 87. An outstanding novelist and a public figure, he was not afraid to court controversy. In this special edition Arts.21 pays tribute to one of ...
 Deutsche Welle5 days ago Obituary: Gunter Grass  Irish Independent1 week ago Günter Grass Obituary Farewell to Germany's Towering Literary Figure  Spiegel Online1 week ago German Author - Guenter Grass Dies  Capital Bay1 week ago
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Keep your eye on this award-winning novelist taking Australian literature by storm with her debut book

For the first time ever one of Australia's most lucrative awards for female writers has gone to a debut novel. Melbourne author Emily Bitto who won the 2015 Stella prize for her book The Strays, was awarded the $50,000 prize at an event in ...
 Business Insider Australia3 days ago Writer Murray Middleton wins Vogel's Literary Award  WA Today6 days ago Raise voice against plight of minorities, women writers told  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Male writers continue to dominate literary criticism, Vida study finds

Women buy two-thirds of books sold but magazine reviews are centred on male authors and critics - though picture is beginning to change. The continuing bias towards men in the British and American literary establishment has been confirmed by a ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News4 days ago Study: Literary Criticism Is Still Overwhelmingly Male  MSNBC Newsweek2 weeks ago

Skipping Shakespeare? Yes, English majors can often bypass the Bard.

William Shakespeare, born in England about this time 451 years ago, is in little jeopardy of being forgotten in literature or popular culture. His native language has gone global. His poetry and plays, endlessly influential, are read, translated, ...
 Washington Post3 days ago Skipping Shakespeare? Now English majors can often bypass the Bard.  Washington Post2 days ago
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