Northern Renaissance Arts and Sciences Readings: Zack Rogow and Valerie Miner

2013-09-27 by

Recorded July 18, 2013

The Northern Renaissance Arts and Sciences Series, sponsored by UAA’s M.F.A. in Creative Writing program, offers more than a week’s worth of amazing lectures and writing every July. Chickasaw essayist, poet, storyteller and environmentalist Linda Hogan opens this year’s series on July 14 with the keynote, followed by nightly readings by CWLA faculty, students and distinguished guest lecturers. Parking and admission are free. All readings begin at 8 p.m. in Rasmuson Hall, Room 101. Full schedule:

Sunday, July 14: Linda Hogan
Monday, July 15: Elizabeth Bradfield, John P. O’Grady and Anne Caston
Tuesday, July 16: Contributions to Literacy in Alaska (CLIA) Awards presentation featuring Rich Chiappone and Andromeda Romano-Lax
Wednesday, July 17: Graduating students reading
Thursday, July 18: Zack Rogow and Valerie Miner
Saturday, July 20: Gary Freeburg and Craig Childs
Sunday, July 21: David Stevenson, Ed Allen and Linda McCarriston
Monday, July 22: Carolyn Turgeon, Eva Saulitis and Joan Kane
Tuesday, July 23: Sherry Simpson, Nancy Lord and Jo-Ann Mapson

For more information, visit the Department of Creative Writing and Literary Arts website.



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Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Series - July 15th, 2013

2013-09-13 by News, Sports, and Art

Recorded July 15th, 2013. Readings by Elizabeth Bradfield, John P. O’Grady, and Anne Caston. Brought to you by the Department of Creative Writing and Literary Arts.



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Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Series - July 17th, 2013

2013-09-13 by News, Sports, and Art

Recorded July 17th, 2013. Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Reading Series presents it’s Graduating Students reading highlight. Brought to you by the Department of Creative Writing and Literary Arts.



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Leigh Newman and Sherry Simpson discuss their books, growing up in Alaska

2013-05-21 by

Leigh Newman and Sherry Simpson share memories and experiences from growing up in Alaska, as well as the role it played in shaping their adult lives.

Leight Newman is the author of “Still Points North.” Sherry Simpson is an associate professor in UAA’s Department of Creative Writing and Literary Arts and the author of “Accidental Explorer.”

This podcast was recorded April 24, 2013 at the UAA Campus Bookstore.



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Celebrating new books by Alaskans

2013-04-09 by

Celebrate the newest releases by Alaska authors. This event showcased:
•”Gaining Daylight: Life on Two Islands” by Sara Loewen;
•”Pause, Traveler” by Erin Hollowell;
•”Upriver” by Carolyn Kremers;
•”Oil and Water” by Mei Mei Evans; and,
•”Toucan Nest: Poems of Costa Rica” by Peggy Shumaker.

Sponsored by UAA’s Creative Writing & Literary Arts, College of Arts & Sciences, and the UAA Bookstore.



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