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Shambaugh House Roundup

In 45 years, the IWP has hosted over 1,400 writers, and today it's easier than it's ever been to stay in touch with our former fall residents and to share their work with the public. To that end, here's a brief roundup of recent pieces written by IWP alumni and/or about the IWP that have recently been published online. We will periodically publish these roundups here on the Shambaugh House blog, so check back for more. And if you're an IWP alumnus, feel free to send your updates our way!

Chandrahas Choudhury (IWP '10) recently a piece for The Telegraph explaining how he came to love the novel. 

Bina Shah (IWP '11) has a very interesting piece in Dawn calling for for a greater role for women in Pakistan's business community (and, more generally, for economic independence for all women).

Rajeevan Thachom Poyil (IWP '04) interviewed by GSP Rao at Muse India.

Last but not least, here's a wonderful article in The Spectator by examining the origins and the growth of the International Writing Program by Winston Barclay, a writer and editor with the University News Services. 




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