Hey everybody! Multilingual Mics is back with our second (and final) episode of the school year! This week in “Feeling Creative? Writing in Other Languages,” we sat down to talk about those who write creatively in a language other than … Continue reading
Hello Scrawl Nation! This week Scrawl invited UCWbLer Abby Plante to the studio to talk about her experience with screenwriting, moving to California, and plans for the future. She explained her writing process and offered her weekly words of wisdom. Enjoy … Continue reading
Thanks to the efforts of the UCWbL dynamic duo Mark Brand and Mark Jacobs, the DePaul Writers Guild has a website for your viewing and reading enjoyment.
One of the latest trends in new media weds simplicity and aesthetics together: mobile-friendly one-page websites. But what can you do with only one page? More than you might think. Onepagelove.com curates some of the most gorgeous one-page websites out … Continue reading
Thursday evening from 8 – 10 pm, The Bourgeois Pig Cafe will be hosting an open mic for poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction. Anyone interested in hearing and/or reading some original creative work is welcome!
In the June 2013 issue of Harper’s, columnist Thomas Frank approaches this question from a refreshing angle: it turns out we’re pretty confident that you can teach creativity, for just think of how many books have been published to cash in … Continue reading
Hello Scrawl Nation! This week we invited fellow UCWbLer Elizabeth Kerper to the studio to talk about writing workshops. We brought up our own workshopping experiences both positive and negative. Elizabeth described the different workshops that the UCWbL offers for writers … Continue reading
I’ll be honest – I used to be a hardcore Twitter snob. I used to be avowedly anti-Twitter, turning my nose to those who used the social networking site. I thought that it seemed narcissistic to blast your opinions into … Continue reading
We here at the Collaborative for Multilingual Writing and Research are excited to publish the first ever episode of our new podcast, Multilingual Mics! We’ll be talking about language, culture, the awesome things that the CMWR does and the awesome … Continue reading
“A mad scientist approaches you with an offer—he will heighten one of your senses, but it will make one of your other senses duller. It isn’t optional; he’s going to perform the surgery anyway, but you get to choose which … Continue reading