IWP Media Gallery
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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Joaquín ORTEGA (playwright, essayist, poet, scholar; Venezuela) works across media and institutions. The author of a volume of poetry and of plays like “Lo escuche llorar en mi... More...
Zaza MUCHEMWA (poet, playwright, arts administrator; Zimbabwe) has had her poetry appear at PEN International and Badilisha Poetry X-change and included in the anthology Zimbabwe... More...
Qi Jin Nian 七堇年 (fiction writer, non-fiction writer, translator, PRC) has published a dozen titles, ranging from travel literature to speculative fiction, most recently 无梦之境 [The... More...
Mohamad NASSEREDDINE (poet, translator, journalist; Lebanon) is a regular contributor to the Al-Akhbar daily, the current vice-president of Lebanon PEN, and a professor of Medical... More...
Mohamed KHEIR محمد خير (fiction writer, poet, journalist, editor, lyricist; Egypt) won the Egyptian Ministry of Culture Award for his first poetry collection, Leil Khargi (2002);... More...
Ghayath ALMADHOUN غياث المدهون (poet, filmmaker; Sweden) is a Palestinian poet born in Damascus, immigrated to Sweden in 2008, now living between Berlin and Stockholm. He is the... More...
Noa Suzanna MORAG נועה סוזנה מורג (fiction writer, editor; Israel) debuted in 2016 with the novel [User Experience], for which she received the Minister of Culture’s Hebrew... More...
Nana ABULADZE ნანა აბულაძე (fiction writer, scholar; Georgia) is the author of two books: the novel აკუმი (Akumi) which received two awards for the Best Literary Debut of the Year... More...
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