Briallen Hopper

Briallen Hopper
Assistant Professor
Klapper Hall, Room 712

Creative nonfiction, journalism, popular culture, religion, American literature

Briallen’s first book, Hard to Love (Bloomsbury, 2019), is a collection of essays about love and friendship. Her essays, reviews, op ​eds, profiles, listicles, and sermons have appeared in AvidlyBeliefnetBlack Business NowThe Chronicle of Higher EducationColumbia JournalThe ConversationCrosscurrentsDocument JournalHuffPostKtBLos Angeles Review of BooksThe New InquiryThe New RepublicNewsweekNew York Magazine/The CutNot Coming to a Theater Near YouReligion & PoliticsSacred MattersThe Seattle StarThe StrangerTake Part, and Talking Points Memo. She is the editor of the online literary magazine KtB ​and an associate editor at the UK-based independent press And Other Stories.

Courses: English 211W: Introduction to Writing Nonfiction; English 210W: Introduction to Creative Writing; English 303W: Writing about Family

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