Some might be taken aback by prose writer-in-residence Joe Kita’s Brown Bag lecture. “It’s a little out there,” Kita said.
Writers looking for some post-season fun may be able to find it with the Chautauqua Writers’ Center Fall Poetry Workshop.
The workshops for Week Nine at the Chautauqua Writers’ Center for the season will help students achieve their dreams and
Shakespeare writes in The Merchant of Venice that “all that glisters is not gold; often have you heard that told.”
When someone sees a perspective similar to theirs reflected in the works they read, it can resonate in a huge
Week Eight’s workshops at the Chautauqua Writers’ Center will help students explore their poetic obsessions and their senses of humor.
Ari L. Goldman was first invited to Chautauqua Institution about 30 years ago. He and his wife were on their way to the grounds when his wife went into labor, cutting their visit short before it even began.
Flannery O’Connor once wrote in a letter to a friend that the less self-consciously one goes about what they do,
Students at the Chautauqua Writers’ Center will be soul-searching and well-tapping — in a metaphorical sense. Ari Goldman will serve
The notion that history is told by the victors is one that’s been changing, Nancy Reisman said. Other voices now