Michael Schreiber Named Andrew W. Mellon Fellow

Michael Schreiber Named Andrew W. Mellon Fellow

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

KHN Alum (2020) MIchael Schreiber as announced he has been recently named an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow at The Huntington Library in San Marino, California for Fall 2020. For his fellowship, Michael will be writing and working on research into his upcoming book about portrait artist Don Bachardy, I Am a Camera: The Hollywood Life and Art of Don Bachardy. He also announced that piece of his will be included in the forthcoming LGBTQ Anthology of the Midwest

Michael Schreiber is a writer, teacher, and curator. His first book, One-Man Show: The Life and Art of Bernard Perlin was named a 2017 Stonewall Honor Book by the American Library Association and a Lambda Literary Award Finalist, among other accolades, and is currently being adapted into a feature-length documentary film. His next book, written in collaboration with his husband Jason Loper, is This American House: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Meier House and the American System-Built Homes, about their experiences restoring their Wright-designed home in Monona, Iowa. His additional upcoming book is Brotherhood of Lovers. Michael continues his work of the past 20 years guiding the cognitive, emotional, and social development of children and young adults with autism and other developmental challenges. 

For more about Michael, follow us on instagram and like us on Facebook, to catch the first episode of our new series, Humans of KHN: Michael Schreiber, released on 4.10.2020!

Congratulations, Michael!



image credits: Michael Schreiber, cover of One-Man Show via AbeBooks, Don Bachardy via W Magazine