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About Elizabeth Hatmaker

Elizabeth Hatmaker teaches creative writing, cutural studies, film, urban ethnography and urban education at Illinois State University. She also serves as faculty advisor for ISU's arts journal Euphemism. Her recent book Girl In Two Pieces (BlazeVOX 2010) explores the 1947 unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short-- a.k.a "The Black Dahlia." Her work has been published in ACM, Bird Dog, Epoch, Language and Learning Across the Disciplines,Mandorla, Mipoesias, Mirage/Periodical, Mississippi Review, and Social Espistemology and in Life as We Show It: Writing on Film.

She is currently working on "OST," a collection of poems about sound technology and cult cinema.

Hatmaker lives in Normal, IL with her husband Christopher Breu and her three cats Chester, Freddy, and Irma Von Zimmer. In her spare time, Elizabeth listens to 60s and 70s soundtrack music, reads true crime books, and watches problematic films.

 

Dr. Elizabeth Hatmaker

 

                     
 
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