Maia Ipp is a writer, editor, and co-director of the New Jewish Culture Fellowship, a program that funds, amplifies, and connects risk-taking Jewish artists. Since 2015 she has lived in Krakow, Berlin, and now New York, working in those places with Jewish and non-Jewish artists and educators to critically and creatively examine Holocaust legacy and Jewish culture. In 2016-17 she held a research and writing fellowship with the Polish Ministry of Culture and lived in Krakow, where she co-founded FestivALT, a festival of avant-garde Jewish art and ideas. She was part of the team that relaunched the historic leftist magazine Jewish Currents in 2018, and now serves as Contributing Editor. She's a member of the Asylum Arts Network, a Wexner Graduate Fellow/Davidson Scholar, and was awarded the Felipe De Alba fellowship for fiction at Columbia University. She will be a Creative Writing Teaching Fellow at Columbia University in 2020-21. You can find some of her writing here and here.