Amherst College posts videos from the various Lit Fest 2016 events. The videos feature Angela Flournoy, Lauren Groff ’01, Deborah Treisman, Harold Augenbraum and Jen Acker ’00.
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MassLive Covers Upcoming Amherst College LitFest
MassLive reports on the upcoming Amherst College 2016 LitFest, which will occur from March 3-5 on the Amherst College campus.
Lithub Features Ben Shattuck’s “There Once was a Dildo in Nantucket”
Literary Hub named Ben Shattuck’s “There Once was a Dildo in Nantucket,” from The Common Issue 10, as one of their top ten most read stories of the year.
Gandy Dancer Reviews The Common
Gandy Dancer reviews The Common, noting that “underneath the contemporary feel of the journal is a charming thread of worldly tradition.”
Amherst College Reports on about Contemporary Arabic Literature
Amherst College covers a conversation in which panelists discuss the challenges and opportunities of translating and publishing Arabic literature.
Amherst College (2015)
Amherst College covers The Common‘s recent NEA literature grant, highlighting The Common in the Classroom.
INDIA New England (2015)
India New England features The Common in the City 2015.
MassLive announces that Amherst College will match the NEA’s $10,000 grant to The Common to increase the magazine’s reach to students in 2015.
NEA Grant (2015)
NEA Grant 2015: In its first year of eligibility, The Common has been awarded a 2014 Artworks Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. NEA funds will help to bring The Common‘s place-based literature into classrooms around the country, to develop and promote its online presence, and to grow its readership. Starting in 2015, The Common will work vigorously to reach more students, of all ages, across the humanities and interdisciplinary fields such as architecture. The Common will also develop and promote its free, multimedia online content to a wider global readership.
The Amherst Bulletin (2015)
The Amherst Bulletin covers the NEA’s recent $10,000 grant to The Common, highlighting the magazine’s increasing presence in the classroom.