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President's Reading Series
8 notable authors to visit Homewood
Published Sept 20, 2017
Program begins Sept. 26 with reading from novelist Salman Rushdie
Poetry
Ambiguous loss
Published Summer 2017
Poet Molly Peacock processes a friend's massive stroke through her latest collection, 'The Analyst' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poetry
Ode to a muse
Published Sept 20, 2017
Student leaves behind poem for 'Woman with Sunglasses on Bench' sculpture at MSE Library
Student recognition
Alum named Gates Cambridge Scholar
Published Sept 20, 2017
Writer Katherine Robinson will study connections between 20th century poet Ted Hughes and medieval Celtic folklore
Q+A
Hip-hop and poetry
Published Sept 20, 2017
Quraysh Ali Lansana, co-editor of 'The BreakBeat Poets,' visits JHU for free reading Monday
FACULTY
A British poet in Baltimore
Published Sept 20, 2017
Sir Andrew Motion settles into life in America as a Homewood Professor of the Arts at Johns Hopkins
Books
Top holiday gift pick
Published Sept 20, 2017
Collection of T.S. Eliot poems published by JHU Press wins readers choice honor / Inside Higher Ed
Community Learning
Poetic change agents
Published Winter 2015
When Dora Malech started mentoring a Baltimore City teen, she had no idea they'd be designing a course together / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Feeling powerless
Published Winter 2014
Chris Nealon's new collection of poems move with a pop song's accessibility while freighting the emotional weight of a short story. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poet Mark Strand dies at 80
Published Sept 20, 2017
Pulitzer Prizer-winner, U.S. Poet Laureate taught in JHU's Writing Seminars from 1994-98