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UC San Diego Library Receives Grant to Digitize Archive for New Poetry Collection

February 9, 2023

Audiovisual items within the UC San Diego Library’s Archive for New Poetry (ANP) collection will be digitized and preserved thanks to a $250,000 grant awarded to the organization by the Mellon Foundation.

Schottlaender Bestows Parting Gifts to Advance Geisel Library Revitalization & Special Collections

April 11, 2017

With his retirement on the horizon, University Librarian Brian Schottlaender has pledged two generous gifts to the UC San Diego Library, one to advance the Geisel Library Revitalization Initiative (GLRI) and another to support the Archive for New Poetry in the Library’s Special Collections & Archives.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Brings “The Tradition” to Campus

April 21, 2022

…2020 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry—a unique time amid a global pandemic when his words had the opportunity to help heal readers. Next month, he will be sharing these same words with the UC San Diego campus community as part of a poetry reading event at Price Center Theater. On May…

New, Generative AI Transforms Poetry into Music

October 6, 2023

Researchers from the UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute have helped create a text-to-music diffusion model for human-machine creativity.

A Two-Decade Journey of the Heart is Mapped in Poetry

January 18, 2024

Professor and Chair of Literature Kazim Ali presents a retrospective book of poetry traversing ideas of home, spirituality, love and loss.

Power to the Poet

November 2, 2023

For Jason Magabo Perez, UC San Diego alumnus and 2023-24 poet laureate for the city of San Diego, poetry and activism are one and the same. Today, he draws on stories from his past and the strength of his family to build community and empower San Diego’s youth.

Give a Unique Digitized Book for the Holidays & Support UC Libraries

December 5, 2012

If you’ve grown weary of the same old holiday gift giving ideas, here’s a novel gift idea that is historically significant, reasonably priced, and will also support University of California libraries: a book digitized from the University of California’s own library collections.

Economist, Writer-performer Awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

May 1, 2012

…her first book of poetry, “Not Me,” in 1991. In 1992, Myles, as she puts it on her website, “first became known to many people for her openly female write-in campaign for President of the United States.” “The Importance of Being Iceland,” the first full volume of Myles’ essays and…

Diversity is Hallmark of UC San Diego Department of Literature New Writing Series

January 25, 2016

…series, originally rooted in poetry, is among the longest running programs in the state, dating to the early 1970s. Each quarter the Department of Literature hosts the “new” writing series, and this winter’s series, which began Jan. 13 and runs through March 2, takes a transnational focus with guest writers…

Students to Discover Paths, Make Connections at Conference for Research in the Arts, Humanities and

October 30, 2014

…2010 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry for her 10th published collection, “Versed,” said she loved poetry from an early age and it remains with her. “The poet Ezra Pound wrote, ‘What thou lovest well remains, the rest is dross.’ This apt quote springs to mind when I think about advising undergraduates…

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