Carlos Dews has been tapped to serve as the Associate Producer for the biographical film Lonely Hunter on Carson McCullers. The film, with executive producer Abigail Disney, will be directed by the award-winning director Deborah Kampmeier. For the IMDB entry for the film click here.
As of 21 April 2012 Carlos Dews is represented by Anna Stein at Aitken Alexander Associates, LLC. For more information about Ms. Stein and her agency click here.
The End of Anger by Ellis Cose
JCU Professor Carlos Dews was interviewed as a contribution to the new book being published by renowned journalist Ellis Cose called “The End of Anger: A New Generation’s Take on Race and Rage”. The interview covers the experience of growing up in a racist environment in East Texas during the 60s and 70s.
Learn more about the book.
The first chapter of Carlos Dews’s novel-in-progress has been accepted for publication in Nuovi Argomenti
The first chapter of Carlos Dews’s novel-in-progress has been accepted for publication in Nuovi Argomenti, the prestigious Italian literary journal founded by Alberto Moravia and Alberto Carrocci in 1953. The journal is currently under the direction of the Italian novelist Dacia Maraini. The excerpt, titled ”Sarah 1903,” from Dews’s as-yet-untitled novel will appear in an issue of Nuovi Argomenti in the spring or summer of 2011. Dews said “It is an honor to have a chapter from my novel published by a journal with such a rich cultural history.” Professor Dews is the chairperson of the Department of English Language and Literature at John Cabot University and the director of the Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation.
Carson McCullers Centre (Columbus, USA)
John Cabot University Professor of English, Dr. Carlos Dews, has been invited to deliver a lecture at a conference being held at the Carson McCullers Center for Writers and Musicians at Columbus State University in Carson McCullers hometown of Columbus, Georgia.
The conference is in celebration of what would have been Carson McCullers 94th Birthday and will be held in February 2011. Dews served as the founding director of the McCullers Center from 2002-2004. The official name of the conference is Carson McCullers: An Interdisciplinary Conference and 94th Birthday Celebration and is described by Cathy Fussell, the McCullers Center's current director, as "the first conference dedicated exclusively to Carson McCullers since Columbus College (Columbus, Georgia) sponsored Reflections on Carson McCullers in 1987."
Dews was very pleased by the invitation and said "I am humbled by the invitation to deliver a lecture at the McCullers Conference. I served as the Founding Director for the McCullers Center and being asked to return to deliver a lecture at a conference sponsored by the Center is touching. I look forward to reuniting with the friends I made when I was at the Center and to seeing how the Center has continued to develop since I was last there." Information on the McCullers Center can be found at: http://www.mccullerscenter.org/index.php
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Festa del libro e della lettura ("Festival of Books and
Carlos Dews author, professor of English literature and Chair of the Department of English Language and Literature at JCU, was invited to participate in a session of the Festa del libro e della lettura ("Festival of Books and Reading") held at the Auditorium Parco della Musica on March 27th.
The title of the panel discussion was "Come un libro tradotto diventa un best seller negli States" ("How a translated book becomes a best seller in the United States). Other members of the panel were Giorgio Zanchini (journalist and Radio 3 host) and Michael Reynolds (editor of Europa Editions).
For details, click here.