Brad Thor ’92 goes the extra 7,000 miles researching his multi-leveled, action-packed novels.
USC College Magazine Fall 2009/Winter 2010
SPECIAL FOCUS: THE WRITERS STUDIO
Passing the torch — T.C. Boyle wants to be for his students what his mentors were to him.
by Susan Andrews Full Story
MPW alumna Holly Payne reveals the meaning behind the simple yet complex act of forgiveness.
David St. John gives a frank assessment of the poetic tragedy of L’amore — without missing a beat.
In the age of Twitter, nothing replaces in-depth reporting found in real journalistic writing.
Percival Everett’s presence is felt but elusive. Ah, the point: He’ll have you thinking.
The celebrated author and professor shares her thoughts about fairy tales, artichoke hearts and putting artists on American bills.
Poet Laureate Carol Muske-Dukes' statewide poetry project and the Get Lit Players bring Great Poetry to California's schools.
Ace sportswriter and history alumnus Jorge Aranguré throws sports writing a curveball.
USC College alumnus Jonathan Kellerman’s background in psychology supplies the inspiration and dedication to write annual best-selling crime novels.
One USC College alumna and science writer shows us the beauty in embracing the red ink.
Clifford Johnson gives readers a look into the daily life of a physicist with his blog, Asymptotia.
Having written books on a wide range of subjects, this versatile author and MPW faculty member now tackles opera.
Campus News & Events
Nothing Routine about 2013
In the Spotlight
Historian and Author Extraordinaire
In the Movies
A World All Their Own
In the Field
No Myths, Just Monk
In the Classroom
ZAP! POW! KABLAM!
In the Community
Reveling in the Ring
In My Own Words
An I of My Own
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