Tag Archives: literature

Alumnae featured in annual literary showcase

Two essays from Fresno State alumnae are getting national attention after being included in this year’s The Best American Essays publication. The publication is part of the Best American Series published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and showcases the best short ...

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‘The Great Gatsby’ review: More good than great

In the case of this film, perhaps great is too strong of a word. Maybe “The Good Gatsby” would be more appropriate.

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Fresno State United Student Pride club releases LGBT anthology

Fresno State’s United Student Pride club held a reception on Nov. 17 to celebrate the release of their anthology publication titled “Our Stories: Voices of the LGBT+ Community.” The 57-page long anthology features a collection of short stories, essays, poetry and art that illustrates the LGBT experiences of writers from the Central Valley.

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Hundreds of LGBTQ books donated to library

A series of recent donations of nearly 500 books made the Arne Nixon Center for the Study of Children’s Literature at California State University, Fresno the largest collection of LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning) books in the United States.

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My Dirty (Little) Secret

“WHERE DID WE GO WRONG?”

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Literature goes global

Scholars and authors converge on campus this weekend for Multi-Ethnic Literature conference Distinguished authors and scholars from across the globe will gather in Fresno this week as the 21st annual Multi-Ethnic Literature in the United States conference kicks off in ...

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Status of popular literature as art: dubious

ONE OF THE first events at next week’s Veritas Forum is a talk by Honora Chapman on “The Da Vinci Code” at 3 p.m. in the Alice Peters Auditorium. I don’t know exactly what she’s going to say about it, ...

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