- LA Review of Books Publishes an Essay by Akua Banful, 2020-2021 Heyman Center Graduate Fellow
- SOF Alum Ginger Strand Featured at Upcoming Event at Brooklyn Public Library on Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five
- SOF Fellow Leah Aronowsky Featured in the The New York Review of Books
- SOF Alum Brian Goldstone in New America on Working Homeless People in America
- Literary Hub Publishes an Excerpt from SOF Board Member Manan Ahmed's Latest Book
- Season 2 of Writing Home, A Podcast by Kaiama L. Glover and Tami Navarro, Is Out Now!
- SOF/Heyman Board Member Sharon Marcus Featured on WNYC’s Podcast Aria Code
- SOF/Heyman Board Member Kaiama L. Glover Named 2021-2022 Fellow of the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers
The LA Review of Books has published a piece by 2019-2020 Public Humanities Graduate Fellow Akua Banful. Banful's essay, entitled "Nobody Likes Dolphin Meat, but Times Are Hard," explores the complex political economy and the cultural imagination of fishery in Ghana. Akua Banful is a writer and researcher working through questions of climate, culture, and…
SOF Alum Ginger Strand Featured at Upcoming Event at Brooklyn Public Library on Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five
New books like Tom Roston's The Writer's Crusade, Ginger Strand's The Brothers Vonnegut and next year's Vonnegut centenary, provide a welcome chance to debate Kurt Vonnegut's acclaimed Slaughterhouse Five. Second Read is a BPL Presents series that reevaluates canonical classic and contemporary work and encourages lively debate around books and reading.
SOF Fellow Leah Aronowsky wrote a piece for The New York Review of Books, about a recent spate of lawsuits trying to hold fossil fuel companies responsible for climate-related damages.