Read “Michael P. Branch on his new book, ‘On the Trail of the Jackalope'” in The Usonian

This week in The Usonian, I’m excited to present a fascinating interview with the always eloquent Michael P. Branch on his new humor-filled travelogue, “On the Trail of the Jackalope”—featuring an astounding medical mystery regarding real-life horned rabbits in nature—and how their discovery led to the HPV vaccine.

Read the interview here. Thanks for reading!

Read “The enduring influence of Edmund Keeley” in The Usonian

This week in The Usonian, a tribute to the life of Edmund Keeley, whose long literary and academic career helped create the field of Hellenic Studies at Princeton and the United States. As an alumnus of the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies who writes about the greater Hellenic world, I am proud to have been a part of the community he fostered.

Read the newsletter issue here.

Sign up for a workshop at the Home for Cooperation in the UN Buffer Zone in Nicosia

I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be co-teaching a one-day creative writing workshop with the extraordinary Janan Alexandra on March 26, 2022 at the Home for Cooperation in the UN Buffer Zone in Nicosia. As two writers in the Cypriot capital on Fulbrights, we are excited to share our passion for storytelling with the many communities on Cyprus.

The workshop is available to anyone in Cyprus. There is limited capacity; sign up now!

Special thanks to Princeton University’s Office of International Programs

It was a pleasure and an honor to be featured as a panelist on the Princeton University Office of International Programs’ Fulbright Alumni Panel last week alongside fellow Tiger alumni Cecilia Hsu ’20 and Winston Lie ’20.

I am grateful to Princeton OIP for all the advice they gave me during my undergraduate career and I am very happy to return the favor. I hope my experiences can be helpful to current students who are thinking of applying to the Fulbright program.