An exhibition of abstract paintings by Liz Mamorsky '60 is currently on view at Roll Up Gallery in San Francisco through September 17.
Poet Safiya Sinclair '10 has been named a finalist for PEN Center USA’s 2017 Literary Awards.
A review by literature faculty member Brooke Allen of Jenny Allen’s new essay collection, Would Everybody Please Stop?, appeared in a recent issue of The Wall Street Journal.
Lydia Musco ’01 will be installing a concrete outdoor sculpture on August 16 and 17 on the patio outside the Dean’s Office in the back of the Barn. Incoming director of Usdan Gallery, Anne Thompson, asked her about the piece in the following Q & A.
AMC has greenlit 10 episodes of Dietland—adapted from the 2015 novel by Sarai Walker MFA ’03—to be written and produced by Marti Noxon, producer of such hit series as Mad Men, UnREAL, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, among others.
Disorder Press, co-founded by Joseph Grantham '16, published Memory Foam by Adam Soldofsky, which won a 2017 American Book Award.
Daniel Levitis '99 co-wrote a paper on the connection between meiosis and failed pregnancy that was published in The Royal Society. His research was also the subject of a Phys.org article.
Judith Jones '45, longtime editor at Alfred A. Knopf, who championed the Diary of Anne Frank and the publication of Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking, has died. She was 93.
A book by Jeffrey Haas MFA ’07 on the 1969 assassination of Fred Hampton, deputy chairman of the Black Panther Party, is being developed into a movie by Antoine Fuqua, director of Training Day, The Equalizer, and The Magnificent Seven.