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‘The Remains of the Day’ Author Kazuo Ishiguro Goes in a Whole New Direction: Medieval Fantasy

Posted on · Writer Kazuo Ishiguro is known for crossing genres. He’s best known for his 1989 Booker Prize-winning novel The Remains of the Day – about an unspoken love between an English butler and a housekeeper – and for 2005’s Never Let Me Go – set in a dystopian future where schoolchildren are cloned. Both novels were […]

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Is Houston the Starting Point for the Next Great American Writers?

Posted on · The University of Houston’s MFA program in creative writing is one of the more prestigious programs in the country. And that may be just one of several reasons Houston might be an attractive starting point for the next generation of American writers. To discuss whether Houston plays a role in shepherding young writers, we’re joined […]