Seniors graduating with a degree in creative writing and literature showcase original works of poetry, fiction and dramatic writing.

Ten 10-minute plays—written, directed and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased.

Longer form plays—written, directed, and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased at our annual festival. (The original date for this event was March 2)

Author and editor Kathryn Kulpa, winner of the Vella Chapbook Contest for her flash fiction chapbook Girls on Filmand the Mid-List Press First Series Award for her short story collection Pleasant Drugs, is also the author of Who’s the Skirt?, a micro-chapbook published by the Origami Poems Project. Kupla, whose work has also been featured in anthologies and literary magazines will read from her recent work.

Longer form plays—written, directed, and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased at our annual festival. (The original date for this event was March 2)

As part of the Wheaton Institute for the Interdisciplinary Humanities’ symposium on Narrative Medicine and the Healing Arts, guest co-host, Haas Visiting Artist and poet Sarah Gambito and Performance Artist Robbie McCauley read from their works. Professor Gambito, director of Fordham University’s MFA creative writing program, brings a poet’s mind to psychic, emotional, and physical healing. Emerson College Professor Emerita Robbie McCauley uses methodologies of theatre and storytelling to address charged issues of race and to frame the personal through the large.

Longer form plays—written, directed, and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased over one weekend at our annual festival.

Longer form plays—written, directed, and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased over one weekend at our annual festival.

Longer form plays—written, directed, and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased over one weekend at our annual festival.

Longer form plays—written, directed, and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased over one weekend at our annual festival.