Metro State's student film club debuted their production, "Sad Forever," at the 2020 Z-Fest Film Festival in Minneapolis on Feb. 8.
To promote his first novel, Metro State alumnus Raymond Strom returned to familiar ground: Minnesota. His home state provided the inspiration for the coming-of-age story in “Northern Lights.”
Creative writing student says we should all dare to share our stories in the pages of campus publications.
Student says to write well, we must strive to find meaning among a million universes.
Suzanne Nielsen was recently appointed to what she calls her “dream job," as an assistant professor in Metro State's creative writing department.
Metro State community faculty member G.E. Patterson served as guide to explorers of the new home of the Minnesota Museum of American Art in downtown St. Paul.
Three Twin Cities theater professionals brought Billie Holiday's jazz to life for a Metro State creative writing class.
Metro State’s arts and literary magazine was in the bright lights and big leagues at its annual spring reading at Open Book.