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Faculty Ellen Akins Reviews Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie

FDU MFA faculty member Ellen Akins reviews Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie at the Star Tribune. Akins writes:  There are monsters who slip through wormholes, or slits between worlds; there are battles and set pieces, in Fairyland and on Earth; there are sometimes...

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13 Sep 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Book Reviews, faculty news, Worth Reading no comments

FDU MFA Faculty Walter Cummins’ “Will Robots Displace Human Workers?”

"That’s the possible variation of Stephen Hawking’s doomsday scenario, not nearly as cataclysmic, but rather a chipping away at human work roles until many people will have fewer and fewer occupational functions." Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA Faculty Member Walter Cummins writes on the topic Will Robots Displace Human...

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08 Sep 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in faculty news, Worth Reading no comments

Alum Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts At The Guardian: “Black characters are still revolutionary”

Tracey Michae'l Lewis-Giggetts' Black characters are still revolutionary: writers talk about the complexity of race was recently published at The Guardian.   "Is success defined only by whether black writers write about race? Or, is there room for a diversity of stories that don’t necessarily align with race issues?"   This Fairleigh...

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07 Sep 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in faculty news, publications, Worth Reading no comments