Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
Frank Beaver gives an update on summer reads bound for silver screens.
What defines a beloved tavern, dive, or watering hole? New York-based artist/author John Tebeau, BS ’86, has a pretty good idea. In fact, he left his heart at Dominick’s and the Del Rio.
Creativity soars when novice and novelist give and take, says Nicholas Delbanco
Most writing that appears seamless likely has been stitched, unstitched, and stitched again.
U-M historian chronicles a time in Detroit’s history when Native Americans and African Americans were considered property.
The world knew him as ‘Mr. Hockey.’ Murray Howe, BS ’82/MD ’86, author of ‘Nine Lessons I Learned From My Father,’ called him ‘Dad.’
Award-winning author/illustrator Chris Van Allsburg, BFA ’72, (‘Jumanji,’ ‘The Polar Express’) relies on a simple prompt to activate his creativity: “What if…?”
Opinions are like mentors, says Nicholas Delbanco. We all have them. Some are more agreeable than others.
Novelist Nicholas Delbanco pens an ode to readers’ pulp-and-paper Shangri-La: the bookstore.