Butler professor is editing the third volume of an anthology heading to space in 2022.
The effects of a pandemic and movements towards equity have changed Manuscripts and Booth, two literary magazines housed on campus.
To celebrate Haiku’s big day, the Collegian pontificated, pondered and professed all things Butler, then composed some 5,7,5 stanzas in honor of the holiday.
Hoosier-created and powered, INverse is a poetry archive made up of original poetry written by poets all around the state.
Starting in the fall semester, Manuscripts’ executive team collects and edits undergraduate literary pieces to release in printed magazine form in the spring. The magazine has a variety of contests during the school year to encourage more submissions.
Award winning poet Sam Sax will be visiting Butler University on Oct. 3 as a part of the Vivian S. Delbrook Visiting Writers Series.
Ah, Blue Indy. These dumb, little blue cars are everywhere. Everyone’s seen them, most have taken joy rides in them, but nobody has taken the initiative to roast them. But, fear not, for I have composed the ode of all odes to articulate my mixed feelings for Blue Indy.
Divedapper Poetry Carnival is a free event featuring fair food, games, poetry workshops and poetry readings from published poets.
On Oct. 20, poets from the Indianapolis area competed in a Marvel themed poetry slam.
Award-winning poet, Ocean Vuong, is a Vietnamese American writer whose latest work, “Night Sky with Exit Wounds,” was the winner of the 2016 Whiting Award.