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Faculty and students to share love poems

Hannah Croft Cal Poly students and community members can start Valentine’s Day early this year. The annual Loverspeak poetry reading comes to campus on Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. Loverspeak is a fundraiser for “Byzantium,” Cal Poly’s literary annual, and the proceeds go toward the production process. English senior and “Byzantium” editor Claire Marshall […]

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Al Landwehr Creative Writing Contest opens for submissions

Hannah Croft Columbia University and The Academy of American Poets are just a couple prestigious places winners of Cal Poly’s Al Landwehr Creative Writing Contest have been affiliated with. The contest, in its 43rd year, is named after nationally published author and Cal Poly professor Al Landwehr, and winners are published in “Byzantium,” Cal Poly’s literary […]

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Annual literary magazine turning pens

Cal Poly’s award-winning annual literary magazine “Byzantium” serves as a stepping-stone for serious writers, English professor and “Byzantium” adviser Kevin Clark said. The magazine has turned out award-winning and published poets and fiction writers since its beginning. The magazine began as a senior project back in 1990 by English major Jocelyn Webb. “Byzantium” publishes literary […]

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Cal Poly grad now 'monster of folk'

He has secured his role as a champion of modern folk music, has collaborated and been nominated for a Grammy alongside Hollywood heartthrob Zooey Deschanel and is poised to drop a much-blogged-about new album April 10. The successes of Matthew Stephen Ward — or M. Ward, as fans know him — are old news to many students. […]

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Lovers speak out through poetry

Looking for a date idea outside of the over-used and unoriginal dinner and a movie? Look no further. LoverSpeak, the annual poetry reading fundraiser organized by Byzantium, Cal Poly’s literary journal, will be held tomorrow in the Graphic Arts building on campus. Attendees will hear a variety of love poems read by Cal Poly students and faculty. […]