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Art Appreciation, Potter, Chapter 1 The Beginning

Chapter 1, The Beginning

From  Steven Potter on 08/22/2020 0 likes 0  

18th century Art part 3

18th century Art part 3

From  Steven Potter on 04/8/2020 0 likes 0  

HCC Creative Writing Club presents Jasminne Mendez

HCC Creative Writing Club, ROW, presented Jasminne Mendez in celebration of National Poetry Month. Jasminne Mendez is a performance poet, actress, teacher and published writer. She captivates…

From  Melinda Mejia on 04/25/2016 0 likes 0  

Dr. Ranjana Varghese

Writer and Honors College professor, Dr. Varghese focus on her interest in history and memoir as she reads excerpts from her upcoming memoir and discusses the ways in which history and myth shape…

From  Ranjana Varghese on 04/13/2015 0 likes 0  

Agony and Ecstasy: Baroque Emotion in 'Love in the Time of Cholera'

Dr. Lois Parkinson Zamora is a leader in the comparative study of literature of the Americas. Her most recent book, The Inordinate Eye: New World Baroque and Latin American Fiction (University of…

From  jordan.carswell on 11/10/2014 0 likes 0  

Rafael Acosta

From  Antonio Quintero on 10/2/2014 0 likes 0  

This side of the Glass

This Side of the Glass: a poetry reading by Jose Antonio Rodriguez author and winner of the national Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award(2009) and the SFA Press Prize (2011)

From  Houston Community College on 04/24/2014 0 likes 0  

Amber Dermont

Amber Dermont, author of Damage Control and the Starboard Sea. A short-story writer who received a fellowship from the National Education Association (N.E.A.), also has appeared in several books. She…

From  Ruben Duran on 04/19/2013 0 likes 0  

Poet Kim Addonizio

Kim Addonizio, a poet and writer of such books as What is this Thing Called Love? has been called "one of the nation's most provocative and edgy poets" by the San Diego Union-Tribune.

From  Houston Community College on 03/7/2013 0 likes 0