Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tyehimba Jess gives a reading and meditation on "What it be like? Docupoetics of the Failing Empire." FREE and open to the public; tickets required.
All members of the Class of 2023 who are interested in applying for the CWR certificate this semester (so they can do a creative writing thesis next year) are invited to an info session hosted by lecturer A.M. Homes. Stop by at any time to ask current faculty and staff about the thesis application process and enjoy a quick lunch. FREE; students only.
The Lewis Center Student Advisors offer an opportunity for creative writing students to read from their works-in-progress or finished pieces in a casual, open atmosphere hosted by Kate Lee. Desserts and drinks provided! FREE; Open to Princeton CWR students to participate as readers or attend. RSVP required.
"Translating Myself and Others" is a collection of candid and disarmingly personal essays by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri, who reflects on her emerging identity as a translator as well as a writer in two languages. We invite you to a conversation between the author and her colleague at Princeton and fellow-translator, Sandra Bermann. FREE and open to public; join in person or via livestream.
Join an alumni-faculty forum to discuss journalism and creative writing with authors Mark Alpert ’82, Lisa Gornick ’77 and E. Lily Yu ’12; author and HarperCollins editor Rakesh Satyal ’02; and ABC News Executive Producer Janice Johnston ’92. Panel moderated by Professor of Creative Writing Yiyun Li. FREE; open to registered Princeton alumni attending Reunions.