USC Dornsife’s Amy Cannon considers the groundbreaking poet, who explores “what it looks like to have America in the room.”
The works of the acclaimed 19th-century writer — considered one of the greatest novelists ever — have become staples in TV and movies. What explains their continuing appeal?
The relationship between modernist authors Hilda Doolittle (known as “H.D.”) and Annie Winifred Ellerman (pen name “Bryher”) spanned two world wars, four decades and even a few marriages (to other people).
It’s vital to human life and one of our deadliest foes. USC Dornsife experts look back at how water has helped get the creative juices flowing throughout the ages.
Hiram Sims opens the Sims Library of Poetry, a space for people from Inglewood and the rest of Los Angeles to read, write and create.
The crowds are big as the largest literary and cultural event in the nation returns to the USC University Park Campus after a two-year virtual break.
The Book Prizes ceremony at USC’s Bovard Auditorium is a prologue to this weekend’s Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at USC, the nation’s largest literary and cultural festival.
Considered the largest literary and cultural festival in the nation, the event is expected to draw more than 150,000 attendees Saturday and Sunday.
USC Dornsife creative writing PhD candidate Jean Chen Ho talks to Pulitzer Prize winner Viet Thanh Nguyen about her acclaimed first book, Fiona and Jane, and how her research into a violent event in L.A. history illuminates today’s spike in anti-Asian racism.
The college’s Department of English, with the support of the Subir and Malina Chowdhury Foundation and in collaboration with Kenyon College and the Kenyon Review, will award the $20,000 prize during a gala at USC in April.