Events

Events

MASTER LITERATURE LECTURES

Distinguished authors visit The Writer’s Foundry to deliver a master lecture on a notable work of writing from the classical or contemporary canon. Each visiting lecturer is asked to speak, one-writer-to-another, about literary topics concerning the featured book and also answer questions that their presentations raise.

Lectures take place on select Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6-7:30 p.m..

Fall  2016

October 12 - Gary Indiana - Camp Cataract by Jane Bowles.
November 9 - Steven Hobbs - Dubliners by James Joyce, primarily focusing on three stories:  "Araby," "Eveline," and "The Dead." He will be referring to this edition: http://www.powells.com/book/dubliners-9780812983012/1-2
November 30 - Terese Svoboda - Anything That Burns You: A Portrait of Lola Ridge, Radical Poet

BROOKLYN VOICES

Brooklyn Voices is a literary series hosted by St. Joseph’s College in collaboration with Greenlight Books and the Brooklyn Rail. It brings together writers and artists from Brooklyn and beyond for a variety of lectures, forums and performances. The series is an opportunity for students of the creative writing program to interact with fellow writers in their community.

MASTER LITERATURE LECTURES AND BROOKLYN VOICES ARCHIVE