Literary quarterly publishes Professor Elizabeth McCracken's story 'Property'
Posted: July 9, 2010
Congratulations to Professor Elizabeth McCracken, whose short story "Property" appears in the current issue of the British literary quarterly Granta. To promote each issue, Granta hosts a week of events featuring the magazine's writers and editors as they discuss the issue's pieces and central ideas. Professor McCracken will appear at several of next week's events in London, including a conversation at the British Library with Salman Rushdie, Richard Russo, A.L. Kennedy, and Granta editor John Freeman. The July 12 event will also commemorate the official launch of Granta's online archive. See a complete schedule of the week's events here.
The theme of the summer 2010 issue, #111, is "Going Back"; click here to see a list of its contents.
Elizabeth McCracken, a Professor of English, holds the James A. Michener Chair in Creative Writing. She is the author of a story collection, Here's Your Hat What's Your Hurry; two novels, The Giant's House, a finalist for the 1996 National Book Award, and Niagara Falls All Over Again; and a memoir, An Exact Replica of a Figment of My Imagination. A 1990 graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, she has received grants from the Michener/Copernicus Foundation, The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and the NEA. In 1996, Granta named her as one of the twenty Best Young American Novelists.