In the back of a brick-walled Pomona book shop, author and artist Simon Silva spoke about the importance of cultivating creativity in the youth to an audience of 14 guests Friday.
The Wilson Library celebrated National Novel Writing Month with a kick-off party Monday.
The first night of International Poets and Artists at La Verne attracted roughly 50 people Thursday in the Harris Gallery for a night of Spanish to English poetry translations from two international poets. Fernando Valverde Rodriguez, from Granada, Spain, and Alí Calderón, from Puebla, Mexico, shared some of their poems and held an informal discussion […]
The dA Center for the Arts in Pomona collaborated with the Society of Children’s Book Authors to present “Imagine II: The Art of Children’s Book Illustrations” exhibit opening reception Saturday.
What should have been a weekend of self-expression through slam poetry quickly turned into a boycott of the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational when keynote speaker Mark Smith performed a racist poem to a conference full of diverse millennials.
Student performers exposed their thoughts on Latin revolutions and immigration policies through poetry for their final projects in a January performance course offered by the theater department.
Lady Caress of Atlanta, Georgia, combines beatboxing and spoken word in her slam poetry performance Tuesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Poet Julie Sophia Paegle, professor at Cal State San Bernardino and author of “Twelve Clocks,” read from her poetry collections Oct. 27 in the Interfaith Chapel.
Poets shared their work in forms of slam poetry, freestyle rap, instrumental music and singing at A Mic and Dim Lights: Open Mic Poetry Sept. 1 at the dA Center for the Arts in the Pomona Arts Colony.
An eclectic group of some of the University of La Verne’s most diligent creative writing students gathered for the launch of the 18th annual Prism Review literary magazine Tuesday in the interfaith chapel.