The man quietly passes through the shadows, hungrily seizing a half-rotten watermelon rind from the ground at the now-deserted marketplace, later retching miserably. After checking and rechecking his coin purse for any… more>
Mark Richard didn’t intend to write his latest book.
He had originally set out to explore the death of Nat Turner, an early 19th-century slave insurrectionist in Southampton County, Va., where Richard lived as a boy.… more>
Writing reports on Charles Dickens’ novels, analyzing the theme of 1984 or ascertaining William Shakespeare’s iambic pentameter are assignments high school students have come to expect in their English classes. So,… more>
The spring of 2011 marks the 40th anniversary of USC College’s Master of Professional Writing (MPW) Program. Among the first of its kind, the program unites five disciplines — fiction, nonfiction, poetry, new… more>