We serve as one of the cultural hubs on campus, offering literary programs, classroom spaces, support to student groups, professional training, and—among other things—the chance to work with an antique printing press. Stop by for a cup of tea made in our kitchen, catch a poetry or fiction reading, or curl up with a thick book.
2014 Literary House Press Intern, senior Samantha Gross, takes us behind the curtain of the soon-to-be-released The Book of Scented Things—talking us through the long, tedious process of editing a poetry anthology before final publication.
Poets Meredith Davies Hadaway, Erin Murphy and Anne Colwell will read from their work April 30 at the Bookplate.
A true team effort brings the Tony Award winning play to Decker Theatre April 16 through 19.
Author and poet Meg Kearney visits the Lit House April 8 as part of the series Writing for (and about) Young Adults.
Visionary environmental artist Natalie Jeremijenko kicks off a three-day program that explores the intersection of creativity and science through the talents of artists, musicians, filmmakers and more April 3 through 6.
Claudia Salazar Jiménez will address issues of gender and violence and read excerpts of her debut novel in Spanish when she comes to campus March 17.
The Lit House hosts Professors Deckman and Prud’homme to discuss the role of the Bible in America’s public schools.
“There is a splinter of ice in the heart of a writer.” Graham Greene
April 17th, 2014
4:30pm - 6:00pm:
An Evening of Poetry with Shara Lessley
2014 Mary Wood Fellow, poet Shara Lessley reads from her work. The poetry reading will be followed by a book sale and signing.
April 22nd, 2014
Bid farewell to your favorite graduating senior writers as they read from their original pieces.
April 25th, 2014
An Evening of Fiction with Emily Danforth
NOTE: This event was previously scheduled for March 25th.
Danforth is the third speaker in the Spring series: Writing for (and about) Young Adults.