creative writing

The Writers' Colony At Dairy Hollow

In this Community Spotlight, Pete Hartman interviews Michelle Hannon, the Executive Director at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow to discuss their latest fellowship. The newest fellowship aims to help authors seeking to express their love for nature, and the environment. To learn about their latest fellowship, go here.  

Community Spotlight - September is Literacy Month

Sep 26, 2016

Molly Rector, a student in the Program of Creative Writing and Translation at the University of Arkansas, reads and discusses her poem titled "Portrait Of My Twin".

Community Spotlight - September is Literacy Month

Sep 21, 2016

Today we hear from fiction writer Megan Downey, a student in the Creative Writing and Translation program at the University of Arkansas.

Community Spotlight - September is Literacy Month

Sep 19, 2016
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In this edition of the Community Spotlight  series we hear two poems from Julia Paganelli, a creative writing MFA at the University of Arkansas.

Here are some of the voices we've heard from during this month's Creative Writing series. Listen M-W-F at 6:30 and 8:30am throughout the month for the latest segment.

Community Spotlight - September Is Literacy Month

Sep 16, 2016
uark.edu

Today we hear from translator Josh Moore, a student in the Program of Creative Writing and Translation with an emphasis on the translation of Arabic poetry. 

Community Spotlight - September is Literacy Month

Sep 15, 2016
uark.edu

September is National Literacy Month.  All This month we'll be hearing from students in the Program of Creative Writing and Translation at the U-of-A.  Today we hear a section out of Far Away From Here by author Josh Idaszak.

All this month we'll be hearing from students from the Program of Creative Writing and Translation at the U-of-A. Today we hear from translator Jesse Irwin.

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September is National Literacy Month. All this month we'll be hearing from students from the Program of Creative Writing and Translation at the U-of-A. Today we hear from poet Anthony Blake.