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Fiction, Dialogue, and Personal Growth

Celebrating Banned Books Week without calling attention to the special way that fictional story-telling can create dialogue would be an oversimplification of the week’s mission. In fact, often times a fear of that dialogue — a fear of the difficult … Continue reading

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A Week to Celebrate Books, Reading, and Dialogue!

You might be thinking, “What do banned books have to do with gender and women’s studies?” Actually… a lot! We’re sure you have heard of Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison. What you may not know is that Morrison won … Continue reading

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Award Winning Author and Journalist Amy Waldman to Visit SBAI!

Next Thursday, SBAI and the Department of English will present author Amy Waldman with the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for Fiction for her first novel, The Submission. Waldman will give a reading from her winning novel and be available for … Continue reading

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Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize Ceremony and Reading for 2011 Winner Linde LeGarde Grover

This year marks the 35th Anniversary of the Janet Heidinger Kafka prize for fiction. The 2011 prize will be awarded to author Linda LeGarde Grover for her debut story collection The Dance Boots. Grover will visit the University for an … Continue reading

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