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English Department Student Reading Series

Students read from their creative works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.  [more…]

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Student Reading

In this podcast, students read from their creative works of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.  [more…]

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Poetry

Student Reading

Students read from their creative works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

Also filed under:
Poetry

Student Reading

Reading from Buffalo State students. Sponsored by the English Department and the writing major.

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Poetry

Student Reading and Sterling Scholarship Award Ceremony

Students from the Buffalo State writing program read from their creative works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.  [more…]

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Student Reading: An Evening of Poetry and Short Fiction

Students from the Buffalo State writing program read from their creative works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

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Poetry

Contemporary Children's Books and Films Lecture: Jerry Griswold

Author Jerry Griswold is a specialist in American literature and culture and in children’s literature. He is the author of seven books, including the prize-winning Audacious Kids (in paperback, The Classic American Children’s Story), The Meanings of “Beauty and the Beast,” and the recent Feeling Like a Kid. Griswold has also published more than 200 essays in the Paris Review, the Nation, the New Republic, the Los Angeles Times, and elsewhere. He is a frequent contributor to the New York Times Book Review and a columnist for Parents’ Choice.  [more…]


Reading: Lucille Clifton

Poet, children's author, and activist Lucille Clifton came to Buffalo State for a special reading and book signing. This event was sponsored by the English Department, the School of Arts and Humanities, the Equity and Campus Diversity Office, and the Graduate School.

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Young Adult Literature (ENG 461): Yomaira Prusak

Dr. Theresa Harris-Tigg’s Young Adult Literature class presents audio reports on the significance of books read during the summer 2008 semester. In this podcast, student Yomaira Prusak discusses the book Double Dutch by Sharon Draper.


Young Adult Literature (ENG 461): Yomaira Prusak

Dr. Theresa Harris-Tigg’s Young Adult Literature class presents audio reports on the significance of books read during the summer 2008 semester. In this podcast, student Yomaira Prusak discusses the book Copper Sun by Sharon Draper.


Young Adult Literature (ENG 461): Lauren Pinckney

Dr. Theresa Harris-Tigg’s Young Adult Literature class presents audio reports on the significance of books read during the spring 2008 semester. Books discussed include Letters to a Young Brother by Hill Harper, Moccasin Thunder: American Indian Stories for Today by Lori Marie Carlson, and When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park.


Young Adult Literature (ENG 461): Sharifa Islam

Dr. Theresa Harris-Tigg’s Young Adult Literature class presents audio reports on the significance of books read during the spring 2008 semester. Books discussed include Letters to a Young Brother by Hill Harper, Moccasin Thunder: American Indian Stories for Today by Lori Marie Carlson, and When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park.


Young Adult Literature (ENG 461): Robert Boyle

Dr. Theresa Harris-Tigg’s Young Adult Literature class presents audio reports on the significance of books read during the spring 2008 semester. Books discussed include Letters to a Young Brother by Hill Harper, Moccasin Thunder: American Indian Stories for Today by Lori Marie Carlson, and When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park.


Young Adult Literature (ENG 461): Keith Henry

Dr. Theresa Harris-Tigg’s Young Adult Literature class presents audio reports on the significance of books read during the spring 2008 semester. Books discussed include Letters to a Young Brother by Hill Harper, Moccasin Thunder: American Indian Stories for Today by Lori Marie Carlson, and When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park.


Young Adult Literature (ENG 461): Tarin Foster

Dr. Theresa Harris-Tigg’s Young Adult Literature class presents audio reports on the significance of books read during the spring 2008 semester. Books discussed include Letters to a Young Brother by Hill Harper, Moccasin Thunder: American Indian Stories for Today by Lori Marie Carlson, and When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park.


Poetry Reading: Ishmael Reed, Part I

Poet, writer, activist, and legendary literary figure, Ishmael Reed delivers a performance and reading.

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Poetry Reading: Ishmael Reed, Part II

This podcast contains the second half of legendary poet, writer, and activist Ishmael Reed's performance and reading at Buffalo State College.

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David Lampe's Poetry Collection Donation Ceremony, Poetry Reading

On February 2, David Lampe, a professor at Buffalo State for over 35 years, donated his substantial poetry collection to E. H. Butler Library's Archives and Special Collections. In this podcast, we hear the donation ceremony, followed by short speeches from Buffalo State faculty, and Dr. Lampe's reading from his current and forthcoming books of poems recorded on February 6 at the Barnes & Noble at Buffalo State Bookstore.  [more…]

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Poetry Reading: Gabriel Gudding

Poetry reading featuring Gabriel Gudding, assistant professor of Literature and Creative Writing at Illinois State University. A winner of the Starrett Prize, the Nation Discovery Award, and author of two books: A Defense of Poetry (Pitt Poetry Series, 2002) and Rhode Island Notebook (Dalkey Archive Press, 2008). He serves on the Board of Directors for the internationalist magazine Mandorla: New Writing from the Americans- Nueva Escritura de las Americas.

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