Yvonne Owour ADHIAMBO (IWP '05) provides a tour of her homeland and discusses what President Obama's visit means to the African nation on NPR's Morning Edition.
Omar PÉREZ (IWP '14) speaks with PBS NewsHour about Cuba’s coming identity crisis.
Iowa Now covers A Room of One's Own, where women in Bahrain and Jordan built a community of writers and explore artistic identity through online exchange.
The Library Foundation of Los Angeles recently hosted a trilingual reading and discussion of Walt Whitman's "Song of Myself" featuring Christopher MERRILL, Luis Alberto AMBROGGIO, Sholeh WOLPÉ, and Sahba MOTALLEBI.
Suchen Christine LIM's The River's Song has been awarded a Blue Star from Kirkus Reviews.
The Sound of the Sundial by Hana ANDRONIKOVA (IWP '07) is now available in English.
Paddy WOODWORTH (IWP '03) remembers his time as a Fall Resident in a new piece from The Irish Times.
The Asahi Shimbun remembers Japanese poet Hiroshi OSADA (IWP '71), who passed away on May 3, 2015.
Kyoko NAKAJIMA's (IWP '09) Katazuno has won the Kawai Hayao “Monogatari” Story Prize.
IWP alumni Mircea Cartarescu ('90), Maria Sonia Cristoff ('11), Helon Habila ('04) and H.M. Naqvi ('10) will be featured participants of this year's Internationales Literaturfestival, held in Berlin in September.
The Israeli novelist Galit CARLIBACH (IWP '16) has just published the comic novella It's Me, Iowa !, set in a world suspiciously resembling the IWP...
Alumni Mahsa MOHEBALI (IWP '13) and Vivek SHANBAGH (IWP '16) will have new work translated from the Persian and the Kannada, respectively, thanks to the 2018 PEN/Heim Translation Fund grants.
The 2018 iteration of the distinguished Thomas Mann Preis goes to the Romanian novelist Mircea Cartarescu (IWP'90).
Sebastian BARRY (IWP '84), the recent, repeat, winner of the Costa and the Walter Scott awards, will for the next three years be Ireland's Fiction Laureate.
Clouds, the long-awaited second novel of Chandrahas CHOUDHURY (IWP '10) is now out from Simon & Schuster India.