Black Mountain Institute at the
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
supports a series of initiatives that
promote humanistic and cross-
cultural dialogue, including public
readings and panel discussions,
degree programs in creative writing,
residential and faculty fellowships,
and literary publications.

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Reading
Jamal May
Poet
Presented with Nevada Humanities
Emerging Writers Series
Thursday, September 22, 7pm
Rogers Literature & Law (RLL) 101, UNLV
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David Morris
2016-17 Kagi Fellow
The Delectable Intellectual
Friday, October 7, 12-1:30pm
Rogers Literature & Law (RLL) 101, UNLV
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Reading
William Todd Schultz
BMI-COLA Humanities Fellow
The Delectable Intellectual
Friday, October 21, 12-1:30pm
Rogers Literature & Law (RLL) 101, UNLV
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Reading
Richard Wiley
Wednesday, October 26, 7 p.m.
Greenspun Hall Auditorium
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Reading
Mani Rao
Poet & Translator
Alumni Reading Series
Thursday, November 3, 2016, 7pm
Rogers Literature & Law (RLL) 101
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Reading
Dustin M. Hoffman
Fiction Writer
Presented with Nevada Humanities
Emerging Writers Series
Thursday, November 10, 7pm
Rogers Literature & Law (RLL) 101, UNLV
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Thank you!

In 2006, Carol Harter and Richard Wiley founded what is now the Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute. Since then, they have helped build BMI into the top-notch literary center this city and university deserve, and have put us on track for even greater things to come. Carol and Richard are retiring this month (in Carol's case, retiring again). Carol will continue to help guide BMI as Chair of the Advisory Board. Richard is returning to his native Tacoma to write and fish. Thank you, Carol and Richard!

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An archived radio show sponsored by BMI and UNLV's College of Urban Affairs and hosted by Dina Titus, Nexus explored the links between campus and community, poetry and policy, fact and fiction, science and society, research and reality. listen »

Bennett Fellows Application Now Available

The Diana L. Bennett Fellows Program at BMI offers up to three $60,000 stipends to outstanding writers who have published at least one critically-acclaimed book. The deadline for applications is October 15, 2016.

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