Where’s It At? w/ LFP + JZ

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Hey! Hey! Where’s it at?!

THIS WEEKEND???

Okay, enjoy some MORE old fashioned, non-video content to find out where it’s at this weekend because reading is better for you than TV.

We, LFP+JZ, stand by the statement above and intend to bring you some hot, new wave media content ASAP, but we are both just really busy right now with, like, real responsibilities. We promise to dictate your weekend plans via video within the near future. Okay, we cool?? Continue reading

Stephanie Danler is Here and You Better Come Listen!

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Best-selling author Stephanie Danler ’06 will be at Kenyon this afternoon for a reading of her novel Sweetbitter. Show up to Cheever Room in Finn House this afternoon (September 15th!) at 4:10 pm. It’s gonna be sweet and bitter but mostly sweet.

Danler majored in English at Kenyon and earned a master of fine arts degree in creative writing from the New School. She currently is based in Brooklyn, New York.

Do it tonight: Luci Tapahonso

Luci Tapahonso, the first and current Poet Laureate of the Navajo Nation.

Luci Tapahonso, the first and current Poet Laureate of the Navajo Nation.

To open Kenyon’s first Native American Heritage Month, the Poet Laureate of the Navajo Nation, Luci Tapahonso, will read her poetry tonight. Luci Tapahonso, an acclaimed Diné poet, has written five books of poetry and stories and one children’s book. This event is sponsored by INK (Indigenous Nations at Kenyon), the Hubbard Chair in Poetry, the History Department, the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and the Kenyon Review. Continue reading

Do It Tonight: An Evening with Ann Patchett

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The keynote speaker for The Kenyon Review Literary Festival, novelist Ann Patchett, author of six novels including Bel Canto, The Magician’s Assistant, and State of Wonder, speaks tonight for The Denham Sutcliffe Memorial Lecture. After a weekend of books and celebration, come along for the final event of the festival. The lecture will be followed by a book signing.

  • What : An Evening with Ann Patchett
  • Where : Rosse Hall
  • When : 8:00 PM