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Bard Fiction Prize recipient and visiting faculty Benjamin Hale will read from his award-winning novel The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore Monday Feb. 27. The novel won both the Bard Fiction Prize and the Michener-Copernicus Award, and was called “a brave and visionary work of genius” by the San Francisco Chronicle.
"Love, the 80s, disco, Nakuru, Boney M ..." all in short story by Bard faculty member and author Binyavanga Wainaina.
In the Annandale area next week? Come hear Tom McCarthy read from his highly praised debut novel, Remainder, “one of the great English novels of the last 10 years,” according to Zadie Smith in the New York Review of Books.
Congratulations to John Ashbery, who today was presented with a National Humanities Medal from President Obama! Ashbery is Charles P. Stevenson, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Languages and Literature at Bard. He is a world-renowned poet and recipient of the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and National Book Critics Circle Award.
Bard writing and photography professor Luc Sante on the personal and professional Burroughs revealed in new collection of letters, Rub Out the Words.
The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard) is pleased to present Joe / Brains / Lamar, a multi-format program addressing questions of archive, memory, and the genealogy of queer culture. Opening on February 1, 2012 and unfolding over the course of two months, Joe / Brains / Lamar features the participation of Matt Wolf, Carl Williamson, Ron Padgett, Anselm Berrigan, Ann Lauterbach, and Karly Wildenhaus, and includes a video installation, publication, website, archival display, and poetry reading co-hosted by CCS Bard and the John Ashbery Poetry Series.
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