Events Photo Gallery 2011 (2012)
Distinguished Writers Series
Poets Terry Kennedy and Martin Arnold read from their work.
Eye on History: The Photographs of Pulitzer Prize-winning Photographer, Matthew Lewis
Exhibition and discussion moderated by Jeri Rowe of the Greensboro News & Record. For more information about Matthew Lewis Legacy, Inc. call 472-6683.
What Does It Mean To Be A Latino Poet?
Kirkland Room, Elliott University Center
UNCG's distinguished faculty member and renowned poet, Dr. Mark Smith-Soto will discuss his writing career and the ways in which his ethnic identity has influenced both the perception and creation of his poetry.
The Day Carl Sandburg Died
Tuesday, November 1
Elliot University Center, UNCG Campus
Free screening of the documentary, introduced and discussed by filmmaker Paul Bonesteel.
MFA Writing Program Alumni Fiction Reading: Michael Gills
Thursday, November 3, 7:00 pm
UNCG Faculty Center, UNCG Campus
MFA Writing Program Alumnus is now Assistant Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing at Arkansas Tech University. His first book, Dance All Night, won the 1999 Utah Book Prize for Short Fiction. His second book, a novel, is titled Why I'm Here, takes place in Arkansas.
UNCG Poets Reading (Four Readers)
Saturday, November 5th, 7:00 pm
Barnes & Noble, 3102 Northline Ave., Greensboro
Free and open to the public
Please join us for this special celebration of poetry with several of our local poets. UNCG's Stuart Dischell, Rebecca Black and Dave Roderick read from their books, Good Hope Road, Cottonland, Blue Colonial and local poet Rachel Richardson also joins with her new book of poems, Copperhead.
'Will Read for Food' -Benefit Reading for Greensboro Charities
Thursday, November 10
Weatherspoon Art Museum, UNCG Campus
Readings by Michael Parker, Stuart Dischell, Craig Nova, David Roderick, Holly Goddard Jones, Rebecca Black and Lee Zacharias
- Cosponsored by the Weatherspoon Art Museum and the UNCG Alumni Association
Friday, November 11
3:30 - 5:30pm
Elliott University Center, UNCG Campus
Stories by Sandra Govan, Gregory Nixon and Logie Meachum. These storytellers are part of the conference on African American Culture and Experience.
My Kitchen for a Horse
Friday, November 18
3:00 to 4:00pm
Moore Humanities and Research Administration Bldg. (MHRA) Room 1214
Mexican writer and critic Mauricio Montiel Figueiras will give a lecture in English 3-4 pm in room 1214 MHRA about the life and work of the visionary Surrealist Leonora Carrington followed by a roundtable discussion in English and Spanish of Carrington's writing, 4:30-6 p.m. in MHRA 3501, that will include Figueiras, Antonio Moreno (Barton College), Veronica Grossi (UNCG) and Jose Felipe Troncoso (UNCG).