Posts Tagged ‘Stegner Fellows’

The NEA announced that Edgar Kunz, Stegner Fellow in Poetry, is to receive an individual creative writing fellowship

Dec. 13, 2016 — Today, the National Endowment for the Arts announced that Edgar Kunz, a second-year Stegner Fellow in Poetry, is one of 37 writers to receive an FY 2017 individual creative writing fellowship of $25,000. “The NEA has an excellent record of supporting writers who have gone on to have impressive literary careers,”…

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Written, read and spoken

The feast of campus literary events through the end of the academic year is enough for even the most ravenous word nerd appetites. Beginning with a pair of events on March 13, the René Girard Lecture by Timothy Snyder, author of Bloodlands, and readings by Stegner Fellows Jacques Rancourt and Austin Smith, and ending on…

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