Title: Adjunct Professor
Office #: 102
Elizabeth Geoghegan holds an MFA in Writing from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. She also earned an MA in Creative Writing (Fiction) and a BA in English Literature, both from The University of Colorado at Boulder where her graduate thesis The Sound of Skin was selected for the Ruth Murray Underhill Award for an outstanding creative thesis. She teaches courses in writing and literature such as English and American Women Writers & Italy and Special Studies in Literature: Ernest Hemingway's Italy, France, and Spain. Other courses include: Society & Literature: Constructing "Italy" in Contemporary American Travel Narratives and The Writing of Fiction: Writing Rome, an on-site creative writing workshop she developed. She is the editor of Remus, a Rome-based literary journal, and the former editor of SniperLogic, the University of Colorado literary journal. Geoghegan also works as a freelance writer, editor, screenplay translator, and set-designer/stylist. Her fiction has appeared in a variety of journals, most recently in The University of Wisconsin's The Cream City Review. She has lived in Italy since 1999 and is currently at work on a collection of satiric essays about the real Rome.