Since 1905 when Cornell University first taught creative writing courses as part of the English Department's curriculum, some of America's most important writers and poets have graduated or taught at Cornell in the last fifty years.

Celebrating 105 years of creativity, the Centennial Plus Five Reading Series, highlights famous but also lesser-known writers and underscores the significant contribution Cornell University's Creative Writing Program has had in American and World literatures.

Join professors Robert Morgan and Ken McClane for the last reading of the Centennial, the Cleaveland Memorial.