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Cynthia Zarin, a mentor at the Writers’ Institute, was born in New York City and educated at Harvard and Columbia. She is the author of three previous books of poetry: The Swordfish Tooth, Fire Lyric, and The Watercourse, which won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Poetry, as well as five books for children. She is a longtime contributor to The New Yorker and has written for a wide range of other publications. Her Read more…
Who talks about journals anymore? It’s the Internet, stupid. That was not the case on Tuesday, April 20th, when the editors of the successful, influential magazine N+1—Benjamin Kunkel, Marco Roth, Mark Greif, and Keith Gessen—gathered at The Writers’ Institute to discuss “The Art of the Journal.”
New Yorker film critic David Denby was at the Writers’ Institute yesterday evening, sharing his thoughts on how cineastes can break into two professions: movie making and film reviewing.