Literary Arts


Every year at the annual Arts Festival, the literary arts community comes together for three days of academic sponsored to student group sponsored readings, plays, and performances.

Arts Awards Recipient

I think any industry cannot survive without some sort of creative engine behind it and some sort of insane imagination to do things that no one else can imagine.
Nico Borbolla ’21, Gusto Founder and Editor in Chief; The Gavel, Associate Print Editor and Associate Feature Editor; Contemporary Theatre, President and Production Manager
Nico Borbolla '21

Readings by Senior Creative Writing Students

The Creative Writing Concentration is a special track of the Boston College English Department major. The Creative Writing Concentration allows students to intensify and focus their English major by taking a series of practice-based writing courses along with literature courses.

Senior Creative Writing Concentrators reading briefly from their poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction. Senior's reading from their work this year are Margherita Bassi, Dylan Cooper, Erica Macri, Claire Madden, Tim Morrissey, and Adriana Watkins. Prof. Chris Boucher combined their individual reading recordings into the 29-minute video. Profs. Suzanne Matson and Elizabeth Graver are Co-Directors of the Creative Writing Concentration.

The Writers' Circle

The Writers' Circle's mission is to give emerging writers a safe space to grow, learn, and create. Several members of the club were going to read from their work this semester. Readers: Megan Cawley, Donagh Broderick, Holly-Anne Grell, Lyana White, Rachel Haskell, Riley Sluzenski