Adjunct Assistant Professor; Temporary Assistant to the Dean
Fulla is a writer, artist, and editor living in Brooklyn. She presents thought in the form of language and presents language in various forms. She has performed, screened, or exhibited nationally and internationally including at the Electronic Literature Organization, the Brussels Independent Film Festival, the Obskuur Ghent Film Festival, and the Ann Arbor Film Festival. Her writing has appeared in DIAGRAM, Bombay Gin, Jellyfish Review, Passages North, Northwest Review, and Prairie Schooner. Her first book Who Loves the Sun is forthcoming from Meekling Press in 2022. Abdul-Jabbar is also Editor and Curator at Green Lantern Press.
From Fulla: I enjoy working with students in all areas of writing and working through the idea of what being a writer means to each student. While working on in-process works or reviewing drafts, I enjoy assisting students in identifying and building confidence around the issues and questions that drive their creative projects regardless of genre or form. Often this means finding the through line between disparate endeavors while building a longform work. I am also interested in helping students who are exploring media that may be unfamiliar or intimidating. Given my own background in independent publishing, I am especially excited to work with those students who have questions around publication, curation, and organizing art events. My own work often takes hybrid forms, primarily incorporating prose, but what connects all my work is an emphasis on structure and how it affects and is affected by expression.
B.S. Biochemistry, University of Michigan; M.A. Visual & Critical Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago