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The New York Times Publishes FDU MFA Faculty Rosie Schaap in Travel

The New York Times Publishes FDU MFA Faculty Rosie Schaap in Travel

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Rosie“Just how well known the fate of Roger Casement is is debatable — and this, I discovered during three weeks in Ireland spent on his trail this year, is true of nearly all things Casement. Perhaps more than any other figure associated with the 1916 Easter Rising (there are events all over Ireland celebrating its centenary this year), Casement endures after death in a swirl of controversy,” writes Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA faculty member Rosie Schaap in her piece, “In Ireland, Chasing the Ghost of the Rebel Roger Casement” in The New York Times Travel section.  

Rosie Schaap is the author of the memoir Drinking With Men (Riverhead Books), named one of the best books of 2013 by National Public Radio, Library Journal, and BookPage. The drink columnist for The New York Times Magazine since 2011, and a contributor to This American Life, she has also written for Al Jazeera America, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, Gather, Lucky Peach, Marie ClaireThe New York Times dining section, poetryfoundation.org, Saveur, Slate, and Travel + Leisure. She has contributed essays to many anthologies, including Here She Comes Now: Women in Music Who Have Changed Our Lives (Rare Bird Books, 2015), and Tales of Two Cities: The Best and Worst of Times in Today’s New York (Penguin, 2015).  A native New Yorker, she lives in Brooklyn and is writing a book about whiskey.

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