The outbreak of COVID-19 in March set the stage for a summer at home for most people, including Andrew Altschul, who had spent the last eight years writing a novel, which he expected to publicize heavily with a tour of in-person reading events.
A poem from Dan Beachy-Quick’s new project, “Canto,” has been accepted by TriQuarterly. He also be participated in a conversation about John Keats and negative capability at the University of Denver. Genesea Carter attended the Spilman Symposium on Issues in Teaching […]
Greetings from the Indian Ocean! Andrew Altschul sends salutations from Semester at Sea. The MV World Odyssey is docked in Mauritius today, setting sail tonight for Cochin, India. You can follow their progress in real-time at www.marinetraffic.com. And the students […]
Andrew Altschul’s essay, “Lima,” about the high-end restaurant scene in Peru’s capital, appears in the May issue of Hemispheres and Rhapsody, the United Airlines in-flight magazines. If you’re flying United in May, you’ll find it in your seat-back pocket. For the […]
“Points of Intersection,” a conversation between Andrew Altschul and the writer-brothers Geoffrey and Tobias Wolff, has been published in the most recent issue of Zyzzyva. Tim Amidon’s peer-reviewed article, “(dis)Owning Tech: Ensuring Value and Agency at the Moment of Interface,” […]
Andrew Altschul was the Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Literary Arts at San Jose State University. He earned an MFA from the University of California, Irvine, and was Wallace Stegner Fellow in Creative Writing from 2002-2004 at Stanford […]