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Mobilities and moorings: renegotiating spaces and identities in modern and contemporary French and francophone cultures (Belfast)


Mobilities and Moorings: Renegotiating Spaces and Identities in Modern and Contemporary French and Francophone Cultures The Graduate School Queen’s

Antonio Banderas est Picasso


Chambéry: Brigitte Giraud revient au Festival du premier roman

Colloque : "Machines à travers les âges / Machines Through the Ages" (Princeton, États-Unis)


[English Below] Machines à travers les âges Princeton University Department of French and Italian 4ème colloque annuel des doctorants le 12 avril 2

Sometimes the Best Way to Read is to Mark Up the Book


Nineteen years old, I sat at a long table in a small room, a poem in front of me. “Harry Ploughman” by Gerard Manley Hopkins felt impenetrable.

Poet Michael Wasson: From Kurt Cobain to Village Life in Japan


For this installment in an interview series with contemporary poets, Peter Mishler corresponded with Michael Wasson. Wasson is the author of This A

Dictionary Stories


Aggression, Passive John The English language has over five hundred thousand words, but John didn’t say a word all the way home. (Source: New Oxfo

Twenty-five Fantastic Quotes About Words and Writers


A few weeks ago in this space I posted twenty-five rules for writers. There are more, of course, but as W. Somerset Maugham said, “no one knows w

Lit Hub Daily: April 27, 2018


History lost: on the last days of James Baldwin’s house in the south of France. | Lit Hub On the eve of Independent Bookstore Day, Celeste Ng

'The Great American Read'


       PBS is broadcasting an eight-part series "that explores and celebrates the power of reading" call