We are one of the cultural hubs of the campus. We offer literary programming across disciplines, spaces to study and to hold class, professional mentorship and guidance for students, and training in new and antique printing technologies. Our job is to help students grow as artists and to envision the lives they can have as writers, editors, and publishers, once they graduate from Washington College.
February 16th, 2016
Queer Voices: An Evening of Poetry with Saeed Jones
This is the first in our series on “Queer Voices.”
February 25th, 2016
Sex in YA: Authenticity, Agency, & How Far is Too Far
Every year, the Literary House Summer Interns are provided with training and a modest budget to organize and run a professional literary event at the Rose O’Neill Literary House. This event was organized entirely by 2015 interns Ryan Manning ’17 and Aliya Merhi ’16.
March 22nd, 2016
Queer Voices: An Evening of Fiction with Rahul Mehta
This is the second in our series on “Queer Voices.”
April 5th, 2016
Queer Voices: An Evening of Creative Nonfiction with Daisy Hernández
This is the final event in our series on “Queer Voices.”
April 12th, 2016
“Stunned into a Poem by a Fact”: A Craft Talk on Poetry and Research with Nicky Beer, 2016 Mary Wood Fellow
This event is part of our series supported by the 2016 Mary Wood Fellowship.