Author: Liz

  • MAPH Alumna Featured in Tableau Magazine!

    This month’s Tableau Magazine features an article by a MAPH alumna about another MAPH alumna! Emily Riemer ’09 has written a profile about Justine Nagan ’04 that discusses her work as a documentary filmmaker, focusing on her 2009 documentary Typeface, a project that involved even more MAPHers: she collaborated with Starr Marcello, Tom Bailey, and…

  • MAPH Alumni Reading on May 13

    Published this month by Random House/Delacorte, Anna Jarzab’s “All Unquiet Things” was once a MAPH Thesis: Winner of a First Novel Contest from Chiasmus Press, Kate Zambreno’s “O Fallen Angel” will be published in March: Jarzab (MAPH 07) and Zambreno (MAPH 02) will be here May 13 to read their work. Both novels reached bookstores…

  • Missing your coursework? Take a class from a MAPHer!

    MAPH alum Hallie Palladino is teaching a six-week playwriting class through Loyola Continuum. Have you been putting your writing on the back burner and you’re looking for a way to push yourself back into it? Do you have an idea that would make a great one-act play? Or maybe you know someone else who might…

  • Reading by MAPH Novelists

    Published this month by Random House/Delacorte, Anna Jarzab’s “All Unquiet Things” was once a MAPH Thesis: Winner of a First Novel Contest from Chiasmus Press, Kate Zambreno’s “O Fallen Angel” will be published in March: Jarzab (MAPH 07) and Zambreno (MAPH 02) will be here May 13 at 4:30 in Classics 110 to read their…

  • Looking for something to do tonight? Check out Tuesday Funk

    If you subscribe to the Irony list (and if you don’t, why not?), you may have already seen this, but just in case some of you don’t, I’m posting it anyway. Tuesday Funk is a monthly reading series that features fiction, essays, and poetry, and has a strong MAPH connection. Not only is one of…

  • post-MAPH publication

    Recent MAPH graduate Hilary Dobel has published a poem in the latest issue of Contrary Magazine, an online journal that was founded by MAPH students and alumni, but now operates independently. In addition to Hilary’s excellent poem, the current issue is full of good things to read, including short fiction and reviews, as well as…

  • Phoenixfest Alumni Event

    Join us September 24 or 25 for the University of Chicago‚Äôs annual Phoenixphest event in 15+ cities across the U.S. and around the world. Phoenixphest is a decadelong tradition bringing graduates together for refreshments, conversation, and networking in their own cities. Chicago’s event will be held on the 24th, at Eivissa 1531 N Wells Street…