Wayétu Moore ’09 pens a memoir that explores her escape from Liberia’s civil war and her immigrant experience in America. [8¼ min read]
USC Dornsife’s William Deverell and David Ulin spearhead “Writing from California,” a two-part program held in Los Angeles and San Francisco sponsored by The Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West (ICW).
Syd Field, a lecturer in USC Dornsife’s Master of Professional Writing program, was considered the “guru of all screenwriters.”
USC Dornsife faculty collaborate on a Pasadena Playhouse production opening Aug. 15 about writer Zora Neale Hurston, best known for her 1937 novel Their Eyes Were Watching God.
USC Dornsife’s Kaya Press publishes the first-ever English translation of two works by long-lost author Shoson Nagahara, who wrote about the dark underbelly of 1920s Japanese immigrant life in L.A.’s Little Tokyo.