about Elizabeth Hanly

Elizabeth Hanly has brought home stories from war zones and refugee camps, from gold mines and Peronist Party headquarters, from art studios and rooftops in Havana. Her work has appeared in dozens of newspapers and national magazines, including The New York Times, London’s The Guardian, The Washington Post, The Village Voice, The Miami Herald, The Nation, Vogue, Elle, and Art in America. She has written and edited for UNICEF and has served as Associate Editor at Scholastic Books. Currently she is an instructor at the Honors College at FIU where she has won the ‘Excellence in Teaching” Award. She thinks Umberto Eco was very right when he said, “To survive you must tell stories.” Hanly has been a long-time contributor to ArtBurst.

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