All posts tagged festival of faith and writing

Professor Jane Zwart interviews Zadie Smith. Photo by Lisa Beth Anderson.
Festival speakers warn of the dangers of certainty

“It’s impossible to fail at reading.” This claim, set out by Lisa Cockrel, the new director of the Festival of Fai...

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The Mountain Goats bring self-aware commentary to performance

This past Thursday night, as part of the Festival of Faith and Writing, a prominent indie-punk-humanist group, The Mount...

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Calvin hosts ‘Literary Lollapalooza’

From Thursday to Saturday, April 14-16, Calvin will host the 14th Festival of Faith and Writing (FFW), marking the 25th ...

A participant browsing the books at the Festival of Faith and Writing in 2014, Photo courtesy Festival of Faith and Writing
Calvin creates Center for Faith and Writing after generous donation

Following a large donation from Zondervan editor Bob Hudson and his wife, Shelley, Calvin announced the creation of the ...

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Festival of Faith and Writing gathers two thousand readers, writers and authors

Last week from April 10-12, the population of Calvin College increased by nearly half when the campus was inundated with...

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Festival of Faith and Writing brings Hollywood to Calvin

While Calvin College’s biennial writer’s conference is typically comprised of speakers from all over the literary w...

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Festival of Faith and Writing returns to Calvin

What’s so great about three days straight of people sitting around and talking about books? So many things, dear reade...

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Festival of Faith and Writing attracts readers and writers to Calvin

On April 10, 2014, over 60 writers and speakers will be flocking to Calvin for the Festival of Faith and Writing. The Fe...

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Funding from tuition may be cut for January Series, other programs

If recent recommendations to the planning and priorities committee are passed, non-curricular programs such as the Janua...