June 2008

Lucia Nevai reading

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Lucia Nevai will read from her new novel Salvation.
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Live From Prairie Lights
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Jana Kohl reading

Jana Kohl will be here with her dog Baby to read from A Rare Breed of Love.
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Live From Prairie Lights
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UI's Bowman House Harbors Displaced Departments

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Faculty members meet outside the house

The recent flooding of the Iowa River has left many University of Iowa buildings debilitated in its wake, forcing many university departments out of their offices.

Vic Camillo reading

University of Iowa Math Professor Vic Camillo reads from Death Songs for Africa, his selection of poems.
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Live From Prairie Lights
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Josh Emmons reading

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Josh Emmons, author of the utterly engaging debut novel, The Loss of Leon Meed, will read from his new book, Prescription for a Superior Existence.
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Live From Prairie Lights
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Daily Palette featured on UI main page

With one click, visitors to the University of Iowa web site are exposed to a world of expression—365 days a year. The Daily Palette is a virtual gallery of artists, writers, and musicians with Iowa ties. Through images, text, sound, and video, visitors can experience the work of a different artist each day—if only fleetingly. “It’s the idea of engaging people in creative appreciation at their place of work, at a moment when they’re engaged in other things,” says Jon Winet, project director and head of intermedia in the School of Art and Art History. “It’s easy to partake in.

Erika Wurth, Sheryl Luna, and Gabriel Gomez reading

Native American Poets Erika Wurth, Sheryl Luna, and Gabriel Gomez will read from their award-winning collections of poems.
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Live From Prairie Lights
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91st Meridian's New Issue Highlights Non-Fiction

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A new issue of 91st Meridian, the IWPs on-line journal, has been released with a focus on non-fiction.

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