Nonfiction Alumnus and Students Featured in The New York Times
Jonathan Green M.F.A. ’15, Elizabeth Hebert M.F.A. ’19, and Jess Phoenix M.F.A. ’19 were recently featured in The New York Times.
One M.F.A. in Nonfiction alumnus and two students were recently featured in The New York Times:
Sex Money Murder: A Story of Crack, Blood, and Betrayal, by Jonathan Green ’15, was reviewed by Jill Leovy.
A piece by Elizabeth Hebert ’19 called “Reluctant Keepers of a Brother With Autism” was published in The Times.
Jess Phoenix ’19 was profiled by The Times: “Meet Jess Phoenix, the Volcanologist Running for Congress in California.”