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Join us for the Threshold Launch Party! May 20, 2012

Threshold, DePaul’s student-run arts and literary journal, is having a party for the release of its spring edition this Friday.  Join us at the DePaul Art Museum, on May 25th from 3-6 pm, for refreshments, readings from some of DePaul’s finest writers, and a free copy of the new issue.  Hope to see you there!

You can RSVP on Threshold’s Facebook page.

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Scrawl Radio, 7/29 July 29, 2011

Do you like listening to Scrawl? Check out the latest episode here!

This week’s episode featured readings by Flask Fiction winners Stella Martin and SCRAWL’s own Devin Leigh, an introduction to our newest segment, and more Ace of Base (because really, we can never get enough of those Swedish songbirds). (more…)

 

Flask Fiction: Round 2! July 16, 2011

Filed under: cool & interesting events — natdesjardins @ 12:15 pm
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Are you a writer?

Are you twenty-one or older?

Do you like to drink?

Got some free time between 5 and 7 pm tonight?

(Come on, it’s Thursday. You know you do).

Come to Round 2 of Flask Fiction at Lincoln Hall! (more…)

 

Pockets, Public Readings, and Prompts for Poems April 21, 2011

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Last Thursday, April 14th, was Poem in Your Pocket Day, and we at the UCWbL got into the act. Poem in Your Pocket Day has been a national occasion since 2008, and both the Lincoln Park and Loop Writing Centers took part in the festivities. (more…)

 

C.H.F.: Put it on your radar September 22, 2010

The start of the Chicago Humanities Festival is about a month away. Nearly one hundred events spanning the wide range of the humanities will begin October 24 and continue November 2-14. Lectures, discussions, performances, and readings are just a few examples of the different types of events planned planned to occur throughout Chicago. Some notable events include a discussion concerning “Jane Austen and the Body,” a reading from Best European Fiction 2010, and a lecture entitled “Shakespeare and the Black Body.” Book your tickets in advance online, as C.H.F. reports 80% of last year’s Fall Festival sold out. Also, check out the C.H.F. staff blog.