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Writers at a confrence
Writers’ Conference Returns
The annual event will run Jan. 23-25.
"Get to the Good Stuff"
Novelist Matt de la Peña runs with Elmore Leonard’s classic advice.
Physicist Calvin W. Johnson studied under some of the biggest names in science fiction literature.
Science Fiction and the Human Condition
In his latest story, SDSU nuclear physicist and sci-fi author Calvin W. Johnson writes about the working-class heroes responsible for futuristic technology.
Professor William Nericcio stands proudly next to his "Do Not Enter" road sign.
One Book at a Time
SDSU Press isn’t your typical publisher; it focuses on educating the public about humanitarian efforts and social justice.
A pen writing poetry
Series Celebrates World-Class Poetry
The Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series celebrates 25 years of SDSU's MFA in Creative Writing with an impressive repertoire of writers.
Induced Coma book cover
An “Induced Coma”
In his book and in the classroom, Harold Jaffe exposes deliberately provocative point of view.
Lysley Tenorio headshot
One Book, One San Diego 2014
The county-wide community reading program will feature “Monstress” by Lysley Tenorio.
A woman painting on a colorful canvas
Combating Modern Slavery with Art
SDSU students used art to raise funds and awareness about modern-day slavery in San Diego.
A hand holding a phone in front of a Twitter screen
The Humanities Go Digital
San Diego State University is offering a cutting-edge course in critical digital literacy.
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Series Brings Esteemed Poets to SDSU
Readings from prominent poets will take place at the Love Library throughout the semester.
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