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Writer-in-Residence at Pasadena City College: Nabila Lovelace (2020)

Research guide dedicated to present and past Writers-in-Residence at Pasadena City College

About the Writer-in-Residence Program

PCC’s Writer-in-Residence Program aims to enrich the cultural environment of the College and the larger community by bringing to campus for a period of three days a distinguished local writer to interact with students, faculty, staff, and community members.  

Writer-in-Residence events include classroom visits, writing workshops, a faculty luncheon, and a public reading. Writers-in-Residence are interviewed by editors of PCC’s literary magazine Inscape, the interview to be published in the magazine. The residency also offers our visiting writer a wonderful opportunity to promote a recent publication.

The Writer-in-Residence Program is funded by the Pasadena Festival of Women Authors and by several groups on campus, including the Student Services Division and the English Division.

Nabila Lovelace Writing Workshop

Nabila Lovelace: PCC Writer-in-Residence 2020

Nabila Lovelace flyer with portrait photo of author, dates and times of past author events and biographical description Nabila Lovelace is a first-generation Queens-born poet whose family is originally from Trinidad and Nigeria. The author of Sons of Achilles (YesYes Books, 2018), she lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Works by Nabila Lovelace