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Introducing Our 2012 Fall Residents

Introducing Our 2012 Fall Residents, Round 5: Bravo, Hae, Ye, Holman, and Socorro

Round V of the IWP's introduction to our 2012 Fall Residents includes writers from Uruguay, South Korea, Singapore, New Zealand, and Venezuela! Stay tuned tomorrow for the final batch, and for the entire roster as it goes live at iwp.uiowa.edu!

 

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Introducing Our 2012 Fall Residents, Round 4: Khadanovich, Mlalazi, Lopes, Dadaeva, and Alberry

Round IV of the IWP's introduction to our 2012 Fall Residents includes writers from Belarus, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Uzbekistan, and Egypt. More announcements will be made this Wednesday and Friday!

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Introducing Our 2012 Fall Residents, Round 3: Zegham, Asenjo, Chan, Pyamootoo, Beňová

Round III of the IWP's introduction to our 2012 Fall Residents includes writers from Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Maruitius, the Philippines, and Slovakia. More announcements will be made on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of next week!


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Introducing our Fall 2012 Residents, Round II: Al Refai, Choi, Fricke, Lin, & Lyacos

It's Wednesday and, as promised, here's Round II of our 2012 Fall Residency Announcements!

Today's installment features writers from Kuwait, South Korea, Germany, Taiwan, and Greece. To learn when and where you can see these writers share their work, participate in panel discussions, and screen films, be sure to check us out on Facebook and Twitter (@UIIWP), and, of course, feel free to visit us at the IWP's Homepage.

Introducing Our 2012 Fall Residents, Round 1: Nouri, Tanweer, Falco, Dema, & Ganieva

In three weeks, the IWP's 46th annual Fall Residency will bring 32 writers from 29 countries to Iowa City where they will have time, space, and freedom to write. As ever, they'll also have ample opportunitiy to engage with the public, to travel to other cities and states, to give public readings of their work, and to immerse themselves in the writing life in North America's only UNESCO-designated City of Literature.

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