Writer-in-Residence P.F. Kluge '64 draws on his career as a novelist and journalist to share his unique perspective on a literary life.
Editors of the Kenyon Review recommend some titles for cozy winter reading.
Essayists gather for writing time, good company and pie.
The Kenyon Review will expand its summer writing programs by uniting with the Kenyon Institute.
Julie Barton '95 talks with Laura Hillenbrand '89 H'03 about writing, animals, and writing about animals.
Kenyon gives students the support to develop into great writers across disciplines.
The postmodern author William Gass ’47 H’74, one of the great figures within Kenyon’s literary tradition, died on Dec. 6, 2017.
The Kenyon Review introduces a new summer workshop for budding science writers.