Event Details

A Conversation with Sabine Heinlein

April 22, 2013

6:30 - 9:00 pm

20 Cooper Square, 7th floor

“My podcasts, photographs and stories have appeared in German, American and British publications, among them Die ZeitThe Brooklyn RailThe Iowa ReviewMr. Beller’s NeighborhoodCity LimitsNYU MagazineTablet MagazineEpiphanyArtinfo and The Idler. I hold a master’s degree in journalism from NYU and a master’s in art history from Hamburg University. I have been awarded NYU’s Sidney Gross Award for Investigative Reporting (2007), a Yaddo residency and fellowship (2009), a NYFA fellowship for nonfiction literature (2009), a Margolis Award for social justice reporting (2011), an American Literary Review Award (2010), a residency at the Blue Mountain Center (2012), a travel fellowship from the MacArthur Foundation (2010) and a MacDowell Colony residency and fellowship (2010). I have spoken at symposiums at the University of Lüneburg and at the New School, and read at the Bowery Poetry Club and at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England. I currently teach writing at the College of Mount Saint Vincent in the Bronx.”


Courtesy of SabineHeinlein.org