Red Wheelbarrow Returns April 3

Professor Sophia Kartsonis in portrait on the CCAD campus.

Hello writers (and readers) of CCAD! In preparation for next week’s Red Wheelbarrow, we’ve asked faculty reader and Botticelli advisor, the terrific professor Dr. Sophia Kartsonis, some questions about our reading series and poetry. Red Wheelbarrow will also features students Ian Drescher and Zia Joyce! Join us Wednesday April 3 at 6:30pm in the Canzani …

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Creative Writing Awards 2024

(above: Small Town Sounds 1 by Eden Breinich) NOTE: We have extended the submission deadline to Friday March 1st at 12:00PM! We’re excited to pass along news about the ninth annual Creative Writing Awards at CCAD. Please note that these awards are only open to current CCAD undergraduate students. ~ CCAD students may submit work …

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Writer Interview: Sophia Reza

Sophia Reza is a 2023 graduate of CCAD and a three-time Creative Writing Award winner. Her short story, “Middle Name,” won 1st place in the Prose category of this year’s awards and as a result was published in Botticelli v. 19. Shortly after graduation, interim Botticelli faculty advisor and associate professor Robert Loss caught up …

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Looking Back at Spring 2023

The winners of the 2023 Creative Writing Awards stand in the Screening Room, site of Red Wheelbarrow at CHROMA.

Before we look ahead to the upcoming fall semester, we have to look back at some of our favorite memories from the Spring 2023 semester! Botticelli 19 was a hit, CHROMA was a smash, and the Creative Writing Minors and Super Friends group held its first Creative Writing Open Mic! ‘Twas a beautiful way to …

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Artist Interview: Eden Breinich

VIII : Eden Breinich I wrote ‘VIII’ for a class during my first semester as a freshman here at CCAD. Robert Loss, the professor, introduced us to Creative Nonfiction. Our final essay revolved around it and was pretty open-ended. I was used to standard boring essay formats they teach in high school, so I was …

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