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Pub(lishing) Crawl A guest post by MFA Candidate Matt Goldman

April 9, 2019 by | Events

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, April 16th! Chapman University is hosting its annual Pub(lishing) Crawl in the Center for American War Letters in Leatherby Libraries. No, we won’t be drinking our way from O’Hara’s to Chapman Crafted at this year’s pub crawl. Instead, the Pub(lishing) Crawl is a jam-packed event where successful writers talk with

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Exciting student volunteer opportunity CCI Partnership with OCMA

April 4, 2019 by | CCI

The Creative and Cultural Industries Program at Chapman University (CCI)  has partnered with the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) to offer our students the chance to design and deliver a series of public engagement workshops at the museum. OCMA is currently housed in a temporary location as it moves from its site in Newport

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AWP 2019: A Guide

March 28, 2019 by Matt Goldman | English

AWP 2019: A Guide By Matthew Goldman For many of us in the MFA in Creative Writing program at Chapman University, this is our first year attending North America’s largest literary conference. This year, we’re in Portland, OR, on March 27-30. My peers may feel as I did at this time a year ago, perhaps

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So you’re in an MFA program–now what? A guest post by MFA Candidate Alex Quintanilla

March 19, 2019 by Alex Quintanilla | English

The MFA, Writing Habits, & Community by Alex Quintanilla Choosing to pursue an MFA in Creative Writing is an honorable and ambitious endeavor. It means that you are making a commitment to becoming a better storyteller. However, the path to bettering oneself is not without resistance. Rigorous writing workshops and literature courses will push your mental

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New study will allow the Shipibo-Konibo people to officially register with traditional proper names

March 14, 2019 by Pilar Valenzuela | News

It has been estimated that up to 45% of Peru’s ca. 33 million people is Amerindian. Almost 50 different indigenous groups, speaking their own languages, inhabit the country’s Andean and Amazonian regions. Until recently it was almost impossible for Native parents to officially register their children using proper names in their own languages, either because

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