Lit 100: Guest Writers with Peter Filkins
Lit 158: Art of Poetry with Peter Filkins
Lit 152: Art of Fiction: Short Story with Brendan Mathewson Funk
Lit 288: Fiction Workshop with Brendan Mathews
History Courses with David Baum
I know better than anybody that the map of Simon’s Rock thrust into the hands of students on day one is confusing. Even the administration is aware of their signage issue, but that has taken a while to change, so I am going to try to offer a temporary solution! (We will see how this goes...) Here are some places to know around campus transcribed in a textual map:
I don’t know about you, but I am a sushi fanatic. If the thought of raw fish freaks you out, then I don’t think Bizen is worth the price for you, but their sushi is absolutely to kill for.
Bizen is located in the heart of town right by Soco and the funky little art store, so it's hella convenient to walk or take the shuttle to.
So you may be questioning the purpose of workshop week.
Well, I will start by telling you that I feel the same way, did feel the same way, and have felt the same way. Often times, as you go through these first few days, each of which feels like an eternity, you find yourself wrought with anxiety about what your classes and schedule will be like once this is over, if your early relationships will last, and when or how you might be trapped in your next 5-hour session of my least favorite game, ‘Truth or Dare.’ So, I am here to offer some unsolicited advice about what might be going on in your head: