Visiting Poet and Translator Ewa Chrusciel

By - Systems Librarian May 10th, 2017

Visiting poet and translator Ewa Chrusciel gave a delightful presentation in Ohrstrom Library’s Fine Arts Room to Ms. Jone’s Creative Writing class this morning, discussing the subtleties of language and the challenges of translating poetry. #ohrstromlibrary #ewachrusciel #poet #translator #visitingauthor #creativewriting #fineartsroom #translation #iamsps #humanities

Visiting poet and translator Ewa Chrusciel gave a delightful presentation in Ohrstrom Library’s Fine Arts Room to Ms. Jones’ Creative Writing class this morning, discussing the subtleties of language and the challenges of translating poetry.

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Schlesinger Writer-In-Residence: Doug Anderson

By - Systems Librarian October 28th, 2008

Sandy Chauvin – Circulation Librarian

This week St. Paul’s School and Ohrstrom Library welcome Schlesinger Writer-in-Residence Doug Anderson – poet, teacher, memoirist, fiction writer and critic.  Mr. Anderson has written two books of poetry, Blues for Unemployed Secret Police (Ohrstrom: 811 An23B) and The Moon Reflected Fire (Ohrstrom: 811 An23M) which won the Kate Tufts Discovery Award for Poetry. Additionally his work has appeared in a number of literary journals.  In 2009 W.W. Norton will publish his memoir Keep Your Head Down.  Mr. Anderson will conduct a poetry writing workshop for SPS adults on Oct. 29 from 6:30 to 9:30pm in the Form of 1938 Reading Room (Conference Room) of Ohrstrom Library.