Elizabeth Hyde Stevens studied semiotics and discursive writing at Brown University and then studied under fiction writers Michael Cunningham, Francisco Goldman, Meera Nair, and Jenny Offill at the Brooklyn College MFA Program. Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in McSweeney’s
, The Awl
, The Millions
, Rolling Stone
, Fast Company
, and The Chronicle of Higher Education
. She is the author of Make Art Make Money
, which profiles Muppets-creator, patent-holder, and artist-entrepreneur Jim Henson
. The book was praised by Inc.
, The AV Club
, Brain Pickings
, WGBH, and The Boston Globe
. Elizabeth’s past teaching includes writing seminars at Boston University, Brooklyn College, Gotham Writers Workshop, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and Harvard Extension School. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Clinical Research at Boston University School of Medicine, investigating dementia in Parkinson's Disease. She is a big fan of video games and the science fiction of Jorge Luis Borges
, and she is currently working on a novel about life extension set in the year 2080.