Literature

Pomona book fair binds art with literature

Los Angeles City Librarian Ziba Perez discusses zines with the founder of the Print Pomona Art Book Fair, Julian Lucas, in Edmunds Ballroom in the Smith Campus Center of Pomona College on Sunday.

Poetry reading caps off Black History Month celebration

Mwende “Free Quency” Katwiwa shared poetry portraying the plight of Black people in America as a part of the Campus Activities Board Black History Month celebration Monday via Zoom.

Seniors share original short stories and writing tips

Three University of La Verne senior creative writing majors read their original short stories at noon on Monday at the Winter Fiction Reading in the Quay Davis Executive Boardroom and on Zoom.

Author shares Chicana history and advice to aspiring writers

Author Carribean Fragoza read from her collection of short stories, “Eat the Mouth That Feeds You,” before an audience of 22 community members in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room, with several also tuning in on Zoom Monday.

Students compete for best poem

The Campus Activities Board held a slam poetry event Wednesday, where students competed for prizes for the best original poem.

Student poetry covers family, relationships and pregnancy

Monica Rosas, University of La Verne 2020 graduate, and Emma Garcia, junior creative writing and psychology major, were the featured poets for the Spring Student Poetry Series last Friday. 

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