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Yale Chicago Authors' Panel
Yale Chicago Authors' Panel!
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
5 - 6:30 pm CST
Please join Please join Yale authors Margot McMahon, Lana Popovic Harper, and Madeleine Henry as they discuss their newest published works!
A lifelong environmentalist, internationally awarded artist Margot McMahon has published The Fifth Season for which she received a 2020 Mate E. Palmer First Place Book Award (IWPA) along with her MIT Press published paper, “Transforming Nature.” Aquarius Press will launch her Parachuting Artists: Irene and Mac in June of 2021 - visit www.AquariusPress.net for information about this book and film. If Trees Could Talk and RESIST! A Visual History of Protest will be published in the fall and winter of 2021. The Gift of Art: Sculpture Ventures for Young Artists was published by Yale University Print & Publishing, Margot taught at Yale University where she earned an MFA in sculpture, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and DePaul University as well as other schools. Margot’s environmental written statements are also published in Scholastic Magazine, Chicago Magazine and World Book Encyclopedia. For more information please visit margotmcmahon.com.
Lana Popovic Harper
Lana studied psychology and literature at Yale University and law at Boston University. She is a graduate of the Emerson College publishing and writing program and the author of YA novels Wicked Like a Wildfire, Fierce Like a Firestorm, Blood Countess, the forthcoming Poison Priestess, and the forthcoming adult rom-com, Payback's A Witch, from Berkley Books (October 2021). Lana was born in Serbia and lived in Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania before moving to the United States. She lives in Chicago with her family. Visit https://www.lanapopovicbooks.com/.
You can follow Lana on Goodreads, and you can talk to her here!
Madeleine Henry is the author of two novels, The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out. Her new book, The Love Proof (2021 | Simon & Schuster), follows a brilliant physicist who tries to prove that those we love are always connected to us. It received starred reviews from Kirkus and Library Journal, in addition to praise from New York Times bestselling authors Jill Santopolo and Tracey Garvis Graves. Previously, Madeleine worked at Goldman Sachs and in investment management after graduating from Yale. She shares more about her life on @MadeleineHenryYoga.