Title/s: Adjunct Professor
Office #: 102
Elizabeth Geoghegan is the author of Natural Disasters: Stories and The Marco Chronicles, to Rome without love, a best-selling Kindle Short Read. She earned her MFA in Writing from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and an MA in Creative Writing from The University of Colorado at Boulder, where her graduate thesis The Sound of Skin was selected for the Ruth Murray Underhill Award. Geoghegan’s writing explores the intersection between travel, estrangement, and intimacy. She is currently at work on an untitled novel set in Southeast Asia and a collection of interlocking stories. A long-time Rome resident, Geoghegan has taught at Loyola's JFRC since 2008.