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We are proud to welcome Megan Cummins (Managing Editor, A Public Space), Carolyn Kuebler (Editor, New England Review), Maria Gagliano (Co-Founder and Business Director, Slice Literary), Robert Lundin (Founding Editor, The Awakenings Review), Suzanne McConnell (Fiction Editor, Bellevue Literary Review), Alexandra Watson (Executive Editor, Apogee Journal) and Joey de Jesus (Poetry Editor, Apogee Journal) to The Mind on the Page, our fifth annual Collegiate Literary Conference. ...

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We are proud to welcome three poets – Nancy Huang, Nkosi Nkululeko, and Kristin Chang – to appear in readings and Q&A this Saturday at our conference, The Mind on the Page: Mental Health in Literature & The Arts. Read more about them here:

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Nancy Huang grew up in America and China. She was a finalist in the James F. Parker Award for poetry, a 2015 YoungArts finalist in fiction, and a winner of the Michigan Young Playwrights Festival. Her writing has been reco...gnized by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Optimist International, and the Library of Congress. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Bodega, This Bridge Called Language, Barrio Writers Anthology, Winter Tangerine, and others. She lives in Austin.

Nkosi Nkululeko is the recipient of fellowships from places such as Poets House, The Watering Hole, and Callaloo. He is a Pushcart Prize nominee and finalist for the 2016 Winter Tangerine Awards for Poetry, and performed for TEDxNewYork, Aspen Ideas Festival, and others. Nkululeko’s work is currently published in Apogee Journal, The Collagist, Third Coast, Pank, VINYL, and will be anthologized in the Best American Poetry 2018 anthology. He lives in Harlem, New York.

Kristin Xinming Chang lives in NY and reads for Winter Tangerine. Her work has been nominated for Best New Poets, Bettering American Poetry, Best of the Net, and the Pushcart Prize. She is a 2018 Gregory Djanikian Scholar (selected by The Adroit Journal) and a Resist/Regenerate/Recycle fellow with the Wing On Wo Project in Manhattan Chinatown, where she teaches paper-making workshops as anti-gentrification resistance and community building. Her debut chapbook “PAST LIVES, FUTURE BODIES” is forthcoming from Black Lawrence Press (October 2018).

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Introducing one of two poetry winners in "The Mind and the Page" contest, judged by lecturer in creative writing and Turner House author Angela Flournoy.

To hear Rosed Serrano read her poetry in conversation with Flournoy, come to the seating area outside Lewis Library 138 this Saturday, April 21st, at 6pm. Dinner will be served.

To see more of Diana Chao's art featured here, please see our all-day gallery at the event.

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Three poems by Rosed Serrano
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This Saturday, April 21st at 10:30 am in Lewis Library 138: join us for a panel discussion about selecting and editing mental health-related narratives for unde...rgraduate literary publications. Featuring Audrey Deng and Adam Young of NYU's West 10th, Zach Cohen of Nassau Weekly, and Annabel Barry and Nicolette D'Angelo of Nass Lit. Moderated by Liana Cohen. Coffee and breakfast will be served.

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This Saturday, April 21st at 10:30 am in Lewis Library 138: join us for a panel discussion about selecting and editing mental health-related narratives for undergraduate literary publications. Featuring Audrey Deng and Adam Young of NYU's West 10th, Zach Cohen of Nassau Weekly, and Annabel Barry and Nicolette D'Angelo of Nass Lit. Moderated by Liana Cohen. Coffee and breakfast will be served.

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Introducing the first winner of "The Mind and the Page" contest, judged by lecturer in creative writing and Turner House author Angela Flournoy

To hear Sonia Joseph read her story in conversation with Flournoy, come to the seating area outside Lewis Library 138 this Saturday, April 21st, at 6pm. Dinner will be served.

The Mind on the Page: Mental Health in Literature & The Arts

This spring, Nass Lit is organizing its fifth annual Collegiate Literary Conference on the theme of “The Mind on the Page​​: Mental Health in Literature and the Arts.” Come when you can, leave when you must!

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This spring, Nass Lit is organizing its fifth annual Collegiate Literary Conference on the theme of “The Mind on the Page​​: Mental Health in Literature and the Arts.”

This conference will take place in Lewis Library 138 and will feature panels with editors of both undergraduate and professional literary magazines, including The New England Review, A Public Space, The Awakenings Review, Slice Magazine, and The Bellevue Literary Review.

There will also be appearances by esta...blished writers including Yiyun Li, Angela Flournoy and ​Michael Dickman and readings by emerging writers including Kristin Chang, Nkosi Nkululeko, and Nancy Huang. Additionally, we will feature student readings in conversation with Flournoy.

The only event at our conference that requires registration in advance is a "Radical Redaction" Workshop by Apogee Journal taking place from 4-6pm, capped at 20 participants. Please fill out this form by Monday, April 16th to confirm your seat for the entire duration of the workshop. [https://tinyurl.com/radicalredactionform]

Otherwise, come when you can, leave when you must! Full conference schedule here. [https://tinyurl.com/motpconfschedule]

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67 people interested
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Check out what our staff loved over spring break. Contributions by Sylvie Thode, Liana Cohen, Paul Schorin, Julia Walton, Simone Wallk, Andrew Tye, Nicolette D'Angelo, Remi Shaull and more!

There’s something about “Moon River” that feels eternal. Written by Henry Mancini and first performed by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961…
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Staff Writer Owen Ayers '19 draws comparisons between club culture both Victorian and Princetonian.

by Staff Writer Owen Ayers ‘19
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Prose, poetry and art submissions due TONIGHT at midnight!

Our Fall 2018 submission period is currently open!
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Just in time for break, a review of Stop Kiss at Theatre Intime by Katie Tam '21.

By Staff Writer Katie Tam ‘21
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This winter "Salvator Mundi" by da Vinci was sold at Christie's auction house for $450.3 million. Staff Writer Owen Ayers '19 responds.

by Staff Writer Owen Ayers ‘19
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Elsewhere, a brilliant reflection on Irish borderlands in the wake of Brexit by co-EIC Annabel Barry '19.

Ireland’s Forgotten Borderlands February 28, 2018 Dispatches ShareTweetTumblrEmailPrint By ANNABEL BARRY On my final day in Derry, a city barely inside the northwest edge of Northern Ireland, I hired a taxi to drive me past the city’s boundaries and across the United Kingdom’s border. Through ...
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