IWP Media Gallery

 

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The IWP Media Gallery gathers and makes searchable audiovisual records of the nearly five decades of IWP’s programming. Scores of readings, performances, panel presentations, interviews, documentaries of the program’s reading tours—both overseas and in the US—and on-line teaching materials can be located though the search functions below. The oldest materials date to the early 1970s. Many are accessible through the IWP Digital Archive of the UI Main Library, which also houses the IWP paper archive (1967 to 2000) in its Special Collections. Since 2006, significant funding for the program’s audiovisual documentation has been provided by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) at the U.S. Department of State. 


 

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Flowers for Othello
A collaborative performance.
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On the Map 2019: CHAN Ping-chiu 陳炳釗 (Hong Kong)
CHAN Ping-chiu 陳炳釗 (drama; Hong Kong) is the founder the experimental theater group Sand & Bricks for young artists, the artistic director of the On & On Theatre... More...
Interview
On the Map 2019: CHAN Lai-kuen  陳麗娟 (Hong Kong)
CHAN Lai-kuen  陳麗娟 (poetry, essays; Hong Kong), whose blog handle is “Dead Cat,” is a poet, a public speaker, and teacher. Her three books include [There Were... More...
Interview
On the Map 2019: Sam MENGHESTEAB (Eritrea)
Samuel MENGHESTEAB ሳሙኤል መንግስትኣብ (fiction, nonfiction, drama, poetry; Eritrea) is the author of the Tigrigna story anthology Seb ziseanet seb, and a regular... More...
Interview
On the Map 2019: Yamkela TYWAKADI (South Africa)
Yamkela TYWAKADI (fiction, nonfiction, South Africa) is a novelist, publisher, performer, and the founder of Blank Page Edu, a company that develops mobile apps and... More...
Interview
On the Map 2019: Soukaina HABIBALLAH (Morocco)
Soukaina HABIBALLAH (poetry, fiction, screenwriting; Morocco) has four poetry collections and one novel [The Barracks] (2016), with a second novel forthcoming in 2019.... More...
Interview
On the Map 2019: Martha MUKAIWA (Namibia)
Martha MUKAIWA (nonfiction, fiction, journalism; Namibia) is an arts and travel journalist, and activist for black Namibians, women, and the LGBTQIA+ community. She has... More...
Interview
On the Map 2019: Tade IPADEOLA (Nigeria)
Tade IPADEOLA (poetry, translation, prose; Nigeria) received the 2013 Nigeria Prize for Literature for his poetry collection The Sahara Testaments, which has been... More...
Interview

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