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May 16, Fiction and Poetry Reading

The Pacific Review Reading Series Presents: Fiction Reading and Open Mic with Andrea Fingerson and Donna Hilbert. 7 pm, Thursday, May 16, 2013, Pfau Library, RM 4005, CSUSB ANDREA FINGERSON is currently completing her MFA in Fiction at CSUSB. She

Posted in Poetry Readings, Special Collections, Voices of the Desert Crossroads

Would you like to see more of the world?

One of our professors, Dr. Jenny Andersen, participated in the ICE (International Cooperative Education) program when she was a student. It was an experience that enriched her life. Dr. Andersen is bringing this opportunity to CSUSB students. The ICE program

Posted in Lectures & Presentations

Last few days of Chinese New Year exhibit

Visit Pfau Library to view the last few days of our Chinese New Year exhibit! This month marked the beginning of year 4710, the year of the snake, a year that will bring us prosperity, peace, cosmic awareness, and spiritual

Posted in Exhibits & Displays, Special Collections

The Pacific Review Reading Series Presents: Charles McLeod

6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 Pfau Library Special Collections, PL4005 Charles McLeod’s critically acclaimed fiction includes the novel American Weather and the short story collection National Treasures. McLeod is the editor of the California Prose Directory: New Writing from

Posted in Lectures & Presentations, Poetry Readings, Special Collections, Voices of the Desert Crossroads

January 31: Pacific Review Presents Felicia Luna Lemus

Please give a warm welcome to the first of our three applicants for a tenure track hire in fiction as she makes her campus visit next week and reads in Pfau Library Special Collections at 6pm, Thursday, Jan. 31. Felicia

Posted in Special Collections, Voices of the Desert Crossroads

John M. Pfau memorial – thank you!

Thank you to everyone who attended the John M. Pfau memorial. Guests and speakers included students, faculty, and administrators who were here in 1965. The common theme that shown through every speaker and every interaction was the admiration and affection

Posted in Events

Have you always wanted to write a novel?

This Thursday (Oct. 25) at 6pm. Pfau Library Special Collections (PL4005) is hosting a panel of novelists who will speak about the process of preparing to write a novel. This is in support of our students who are interested in

Posted in Lectures & Presentations, Special Collections

1st and 3rd Thursday Poetry/Fiction Readings

The Pacific Review’s Fall Quarter First and Third Thursdays Poetry/Fiction Readings got off to a flying start last Thursday night! Writers and fans were welcomed to the reading with music provided by Jonathan Sterling. Poet Joy Manesiotis read from They

Posted in Events, Poetry Readings

You are invited! Poetry Reading

In Fall 2012, the Pacific Review editorial staff is hosting 1st and 3rd Thursday readings in Special Collections: Pfau Library 4th floor, room PL4005. October 4 (6 p.m.) in Pfau Library Special Collections Poetry Reading/ Open Mic 5:45 Come and

Posted in Poetry Readings

Banned Books Week Sept. 30 – Oct. 6

In September 1982, the American Library Association, the American Booksellers Association, and the National Association of College Stores, alarmed at the increase in demands to remove books from the shelves of libraries, bookstores, and schools, formed a national coalition to

Posted in Exhibits & Displays
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