For the week of April 5
Roxane Gay
Emerging Writer Series
For the week of March 29th
Roxane Gay
The Manufactured Moral Panic of a Free Krispy Kreme Doughnut
Roxane Gay
Seven Questions About CreativitySeventy-five artists spoke with the New York Times, about creativity over the past year, by answering 7 questions. I thought I would answer them…
Roxane Gay
The Audacious Book Club Discussion: The Removed (Part 6)In her book Arranging Grief: Sacred Time and The Body In Nineteenth Century America, Dana Luciano talks about how American attitudes about death…
Megan Pillow and Kaitlyn Adams
For the week of March 22nd
Roxane Gay
The Audacious Book Club Discussion: The Removed (Part 5)One element of Cherokee heritage that is featured prominently in Hobson’s book is Cherokee mythology, which uses legends to communicate about a …
Megan Pillow
The Audacious Book Club Discussion: The Removed (Part 4)The Removed is a novel whose central conflict comes from an act of police brutality. Through Tsala’s interstitials, we experience the original v…
Kaitlyn Adams
Emerging Writer Series
The Audacious Book Club Discussion: The Removed (Part 3)In the first Tsala section, the character talks about the restlessness of the Cherokee dead, who carry “the dreams of children and the elderly, …
Megan Pillow
The Audacious Book Club Discussion: The Removed (Part 2)We’ve discussed extensively how our previous book club selections have functioned as dynamic archival texts, and this month’s book follows in th…
Roxane Gay