Emma Komlos-Hrobsky

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  • ISEA2022

    Emma Komlos-Hrobsky (librettist) is a writer, illustrator, and editor who tells stories at the intersection of the human and the fantastic. Her writing has appeared in GuernicaHunger MountainConjunctionsBookforumTin HouseHobart, and the Story Collider. Emma received her BA from Wesleyan and her MFA in fiction writing from The New School, where she later taught as a professor in the Riggio Honors Program: Writing and Democracy. Previously Emma served as an editor at Tin House magazine and Tin House Books; she is currently senior editor at Poets & Writers Magazine. She also volunteers as a mentor for Creature Conserve, a nonprofit organization which fosters arts-science collaborations to tell urgent stories about conservation. With the support of a fellowship from the Elizabeth George Foundation, she is at work on a novel about particle physics, family, and the Alps.


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  • United States of America


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