University of Pittsburgh

Pitt is where ... Jeanne Marie Laskas will teach you how to talk with difficult characters. Learn More >
Pitt is where... Tom McWhorter will get you and your craft elements working hard. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Irina Reyn will teach you to write from the dark side. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Yona Harvey will teach you how to become your own best teacher. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Bill Lychack will help you turn self doubt into a powerful writing tool. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Peter Trachtenberg will teach you to find the music in facts. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Dawn Lundy Martin will teach you to sing the song that cannot be sung. Learn More >
Pitt is where... Lynn Emanuel will help you get over the perfect poem fetish. Learn More >
Pitt is where... Ellen McGrath Smith will show you how to walk the line between prose and poetry. Learn More >
Pitt is where... Cindy Skrzycki will teach you to write like an athlete—in a good way. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Geeta Kothari will show you how to reinvent the family memoir. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Katie Booth will teach you to know and love beautiful sentences. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Jeff Oaks will teach you the art of attention. Learn More >

Events

Oct 26

Media Internships: Writing On The Job

 A Panel Discussion and Q & A Moderated by David Shribman Executive Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Editors and Directors from Digaday, Men' Learn More >

Jun 19

Celebrate 20 Years of Cave Canem

To honor Cave Canem's 20-year history of nurturing black poetry and its practitioners, the Center for African American Poetry and Poetics at the Learn More >

Feb 16

Pitt's own Geeta Kothari and Maaza Mengiste Read at City of Asylum

To kick off this Spring's Aster(ix) Reading Series (and to celebrate the publication of her new book of stories, I Brake for Moose ), Fiction Learn More >

Mar 02

Tonya Foster and Mabel Wilson Present

Come hear poet Tonya Foster and architect Mabel Wilson talk about place, memory, politics and blackness in 501 Cathedral of Learning. Sponsored by Learn More >

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