The Writing Center- CE
Welcome to The Writing Center-CE
The Writing Center- CE at Hunter College promises great programming for lovers of culture and learning in Fall 2013. The Tina Santi Flaherty - Winston Churchill series continues this fall and will feature Randolph Churchill, great-grandson of Winston Churchill and Paul Reid, a Winston Churchill biographer. In October, Cathleen Schine, author of "The Three Weissmans of Westport" and "Fin and Lady" will be speaking, and Edward Hirsch, president of the Guggenheim Foundation and an extraordinary poet, will deliver the Jack Burstyn memorial lecture. In November, we will welcome Kitty Pilgrim, suspense novelist and formerly an anchor on CNN television, who will give the Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas lecture. This year's Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney Connor writer-in-residence will be Barbara Goldsmith, author of "Little Gloria. . . Happy At Last" and "Obsessive Genius," the prize-winning story of Madame Curie. We continue to offer a distinguished group of fiction and non-fiction writing courses with Daphne Merkin, Sidney Offit, Beena Kamlani, Danielle Blau, Nancy Kelton, Grace Edwards, and Sharon Johnson, as well as new courses with Susan Shapiro Barash who will be teaching "Writing For and About Women," and Yona Zeldis McDonough who will offer a course on how to create non-fiction that sells.
The Writing Center-CE is the place to be this fall. . .
Lewis Burke Frumkes
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