The Writers House
The Writers House is dedicated to creative writing, reading, and thinking.
We’re a place where poets, fiction writers, scholars, journalists, graphic novelists and filmmakers can connect with and inspire students, faculty, staff, and the wider community.
Think open mics, poetry slams, staged readings, Pulitzer-Prize-winning authors, emerging writers, a student-run literary journal, internships, pizza, space to hang out and write and read and wrestle with ideas.
October 21: Dominic Green
Dominic Green is the author of several critically acclaimed works of non-fiction, including The Double Life of Dr. Lopez and Three Empires on the Nile. He holds Master’s degrees from Oxford and Harvard, and a PhD in Comparative History from Brandeis. A Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Royal Society of Arts, he has taught writing and history at Brandeis and Boston College. He will read from his forthcoming book on the origins of modern spirituality, The Religious Revolution. 4 pm.
October 29: Coffeehouse/Open Mic
Come read a poem or story, sing a song, show a film clip, tell a joke, share what you’re making. 7 pm.
Nov. 12-14: Adrian Nicole LeBlanc
Journalist Adrian Nicole LeBlanc received a MacArthur Award for her best-selling book, Random Family, a riveting insider’s narrative of love, drugs, trouble, and coming of age in the Bronx. She will be our fall Writer-in-Residence, November 12-14. Event schedule and times TBA.