at University of Illinois at Chicago
Katya Kulik is a recent PhD graduate from the Program for Writers at UIC. She has taught Creative Writing and Composition courses at UIC as a graduate student instructor for seven years, and before that, she was the ESL instructor at Moscow State University. Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in ‘So to Speak’, New Mexico Review, CutBank, Jet Fuel Review, Denver Quarterly, and elsewhere. She documents her life in mice cartoons at Mice Notes.
This assignment goes beyond your standard food review as it asks students to research and evaluate all aspects of the restaurant including its history, location, and design. It includes a focus on using sensory descriptions and depictions to entice the reader.