Writing in Public

11/15/2017 - 4:30pm to 6:00pm
010 East Pyne (lower level)
Matt Karp (faculty, History), Sara Marcus (Ph.D. candidate, English), Jesse McCarthy (Ph.D. candidate, English), Kameron Collins (Ph.D. candidate, English), Briallen Hopper (Lecturer in English, Yale University)

Writers need readers—and in the present moment, many academic writers are seeking ways to address a broader and more diverse readership. This panel, aimed at graduate students and anyone interested in writing for a broader audience, brings together five members of the Princeton community whose writing has reached readers far beyond the academy. Professor Matthew Karp (Jacobin) will moderate a discussion with current and former English department graduate students Kameron Austin Collins (The Ringer), Briallen Hopper (The Los Angeles Review of Books, The New Republic), Sara Marcus (Rolling Stone, Bookforum) and Jesse McCarthy (The Point, The Nation).

Sponsored by the Department of English