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The Literary Arts Program is the hub of a vibrant, campus-wide literary community with an active slate of readings, plays, festivals and performances that give student writers unique exposure to important voices in contemporary literature.


Celebrating Keith Waldrop

3 - 4, May 2011

- print format for Keithstrasse -

Tuesday, 3 May  
3 pm 

Susan Gevirtz

Lisa Jarnot
Damon Krukowski
Jennifer Moxley
Cole Swensen

Location: McCormack Family Theater

Tuesday, 3 May  
8 pm

Alison Bundy
Forrest Gander
Ben Lerner
Jane Unrue
Elizabeth Willis

Location: Martinos Auditorium
Granoff Center
154 Angell Street

Wednesday, 4 May 
2 pm - 3 pm

Reception & Waldropia Exhibit

John Hay Library
20 Prospect Street

Wednesday, 4 May 
3 pm

Erica Carpenter
Susan Howe
Gale Nelson
Ray Ragosta
Craig Watson

Location: Lownes Room, John Hay Library

Wednesday, 4 May 
8 pm


Steve Evans
Jaimy Gordon
XJ Kennedy
Keith Waldrop
CD Wright

Location: 001 Salomon Center


~~ McCormack Family Theater is located at 70 Brown Street,
between Waterman and Angell Streets -
please use entrance on Fones Alley ~~

~~ Salomon Center for Teaching is located on the main College Green ~~

~~ Literary Arts is located at 68 1/2 Brown Street ~~

~~ Crystal Room, Alumnae Hall is located on the Pembroke Campus, Meeting St.~~ ~~Martinos Auditorium, The Granoff Center is located at 154 Angell Street~~