7.16.2021—”Ant Sisters” is screened as part of the Bristol Science Film Festival—tune in to the online festival to watch a screening for free!
5.12.2021 — Guest visit to Susan Shapiro’s publishing class online
10.30.2020 — “Swarm Raid” from The Colony is an official selection of the Xsection Film Festival, celebrating dance and science on film
10.18.2020 — The film version of The Colony is screened at the Imagine Science Film Festival. See Anna Lindemann in conversation after the event! The film received an honorable mention for the festival’s Science New Wave Award.
8.27.2020 — The film version of The Colony is screened at Science in the Virtual Pub, a bi-weekly program of friendly science sponsored by the Paleontological Research Institution affiliated with Cornell and the Museum of the Earth.
10.19.2019 — “Ant Sisters” is featured in the Labosine “Evo Devo” issue, spotlighting films about evolutionary biology
9.6.2019 — World premiere of The Colony at the University of Connecticut, in Storrs, CT! More information here.
4.17.2019 — Anna Lindemann’s “Ant Sisters,” a short animated excerpt from The Colony, co-written with Emma, is an official selection of the SCINEMA International Science Film Festival in Australia—the ants have arrived in the southern hemisphere!
1.25.2019 — “Ant Sisters” is a Semi-Finalist for the World of Women Film Fair Middle East and an Official Selection of the Raw Science Film Festival
10.14.2018 — Interspecies Love Song at the Imagine Science Film Festival!
Come see a short excerpt of the animation in The Colony, a new multimedia performance piece by Anna Lindemann, co-written with Emma. Debut of full-length performance in September 2019.
9.16.2018 — Brooklyn Book Fest; find Emma from 10am to 6pm at the Tin House booth
8.6.2018 — Guest visit to Susan Shapiro’s class at NYU
8.4.2018 — Panelist for publishing panel at Fairleigh-Dickinson University
7.8.2018-7.15.2018 — Staff at Tin House Summer Writer’s Workshop in Portland, OR
6.18.2018-6.19.2018 — Guest lecturer at the Colgate Writer’s Conference
4.22.2018-6.10.2018 — Hosting the Tin House Craft Intensives in Brooklyn, featuring Gregory Pardlo, Kelly Link, Holly Black, Marie-Helene Bertino, and Jamel Brinkley
4.21.2018 — Candy! reading with Joy Baglio, Timothy Liu, and Tommy Pico for #Litcrawlnyc, 8:00pm, Think Coffee, 248 Mercer Street, New York, New York
4.16.2018 — Panel on publishing with Erin Cox at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Creative Writing department, 5:00pm
3.7.2018-3.12.2018 — Emma at AWP @ Tampa! Inquiries most welcome from anyone interested in escaping the convention center for an afternoon and splitting a Lyft to a manatee rescue
2.26.2018 — Guest lecture at UConn, in Storrs, Connecticut, on nonlinear narrative
1.25.2018 — Reading with the Freya Project at Elsa in support of The Southwest Women’s Law Center, theme: “A Time You Didn’t Apologize,” Brooklyn, New York
10.10.2017 — Interview with Sy Montgomery for Tin House! Read the conversation here
(One of the great thrills of Emma’s writing life is the ecstatic hour she spent on the phone talking with Sy about animal consciousness, what dogs remember, and why you can’t deceive an octopus. She feels truly honored to have had the chance to interview one of our greatest writers of the natural world.)
10.4.2017 – 11.5.2017 — Hosting the fall 2017 Tin House Craft Intensives with Steve Almond, Karen Shepard, CJ Hauser, and Amber Sparks
10.3.2017 — Best American Essays 2017 released; honored to have edited Heather Sellers’ essay “Haywire” in this collection
9.17.2017 — Brooklyn Book Fest! Kissing babies and peddling wares with Tin House at booth #425
8.30.2017 – 9.23.2017 — Instructor at the Masters Review Online Summer Workshop
8.28.2017 – 9.1.2017 — 5th Annual Camp Tons-A-Yaks epistolary summer camp!
7.24.2017 — Best Online Editor Panel, 9:00-10:00, The New School, New York, New York
7.9.2017 – 7.16.2017 — Staff at Tin House Summer Writer’s Workshop, Portland Oregon
6.7.2017 — Guest faculty at the Writers @ Work conference in Salt Lake City, Utah