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Artist-turned-author Cathy Guisewite, BA ’72, pivots from comics to prose with a collection of wry and relatable essays about the absurdities of adulthood.
A Moroccan encounter with the ancient Berber alphabet leaves novelist Nicholas Delbanco feeling tongue-tied.
What goes up must come down, states the law of gravity. Nicholas Delbanco asks: Does that apply to literature too?
Nicholas Delbanco asks: How does one ensure the road not taken is the road to creative freedom?
H.D. Thoreau once said, ‘Books must be read as deliberately and reservedly as they were written.’ Really?
Nicholas Delbanco memorializes late author, poet, essayist, and longtime U-M professor Donald Hall.
Nicholas Delbanco reminds us that the act of writing (i.e., making marks on a surface) changes with the times.
Nicholas Delbanco explains why the pen is mightier than the sword — not to mention the spoken word.
Creativity soars when novice and novelist give and take, says Nicholas Delbanco