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  • Joseph Salvatore

    Associate Professor of Writing

    Email
    joseph.salvatore@newschool.edu

    Office Location
    A - 66 West 12th Street

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    Joseph Salvatore

    Profile

    Joseph Salvatore is the author of the story collection To Assume A Pleasing Shape (BOA Editions, 2011) and the co-author of the college textbook Understanding English Grammar, 10/e (Pearson, 2015).  A Spanish translation of his story collection, Presentarse En Forma Grata, was published in 2018 by Editorial Dos Bigotes, Madrid, Spain.  He is Books Editor at The Brooklyn Rail and a frequent contributor to The New York Times Sunday Book Review.  His fiction has appeared in, among other places, Tiny Nightmares (Catapult, 2020)​, ​The Collagist, Dossier, Epiphany, New York Tyrant, Open City, Post Road, Salt Hill, Sleeping Fish, ​Statorec, ​and Willow Springs.  His criticism has appeared in ​The ​​Los Angeles Times; Rain Taxi; Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture; Angels of the Americlypse: an Anthology of New [email protected] Writing; 110 Stories: New York Writes After September 11; the Believer Logger, and elsewhere.  He is an associate professor of writing at The New School in New York City, where he received the University Distinguished Teaching Award and was the founding editor of the literary journal LIT.  He lives in Queens.  
    www.josephsalvatore.com  @jasalvatore  @josephasalvatore

     


    Current Courses

    Blood Read:Vampire as Metaphor
    NLIT 3827, Fall 2022

    Creative Thesis & Lit. Project
    NWRG 5920, Fall 2022

    Honors Fiction Workshop
    NWRW 3851, Fall 2022

    Future Courses

    Creative Thesis & Lit. Project
    NWRG 5920, Spring 2023

    Teaching of Writing Seminar
    NWRG 5940, Spring 2023

    Tools, Not Rules: Rhet Grammar
    NWRW 1119, Spring 2023

    Past Courses

    Creative Thesis & Lit. Project
    NWRG 5920, Spring 2022

    Teaching of Writing Seminar
    NWRG 5940, Spring 2022

    Tools, Not Rules: Rhet Grammar
    NWRW 1119, Spring 2022

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