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  • John Reed

    Associate Professor of Writing Across Media

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    reedj@newschool.edu

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    John Reed

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    John Reed is the author of the novels A Still Small Voice (Delacorte Press/Delta), The Whole (Simon & Schuster /Pocket/MTV Books), the SPD bestseller, Snowball's Chance (Roof Books/Melville House), All The World's A Grave: A New Play By William Shakespeare (Penguin Books/Plume), and Tales of Woe (MTV Press); Free Boat: Collected Lies and Love Poems (C&R Press). He has received fellowships from Columbia University, where he received his MFA in Creative Writing. His work has been published in (selected) Artnet, the Brooklyn Rail,Tin HousePaper Magazine, Artforum, HyperallergicBomb Magazine, Art in America, the PEN Poetry Series, the Los Angeles Times, the Believer, the Rumpus, the Daily Beast, Gawker, Slate, the Paris Review, the Times Literary Supplement, the Wall Street Journal, Electric Literature, Vice, The New York TimesHarpers; and anthologized in Best American Essays (Houghton Mifflin), Devouring the Green (Jaded Ibis), StoryScape Anthology V2, American Wasteland (CLMP), The Brooklyn Rail Fiction Anthology (Hanging Loose), Vitamin PH (Phaidon), 100 Greatest Albums (VH1); Vice Magazine "Employee of the Month," Longform’s #1 Most Entertaining Essay. His works have been translated into German, French, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Korean, Latvian and others. Performances, workshops and readings of his plays have been staged in New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Texas, including at the Public Theater in NYC and the Brooklyn Books Festival. He is a two-term member of the board of directors of the National Book Critics Circle.

     


    Current Courses

    Contemporary Criticism
    NWRG 5962, Fall 2021

    Creative Thesis & Lit. Project
    NWRG 5920, Fall 2021

    Independent Study
    NSBA 3900, Fall 2021

    Multi-Genre Wkshp & Literature
    NWRG 5150, Fall 2021

    Future Courses

    Creative Thesis & Lit. Project
    NWRG 5920, Spring 2022

    Writing & Publishing Lab
    NWRG 5952, Spring 2022

    Past Courses

    Creative Thesis & Lit. Project
    NWRG 5920, Spring 2021

    Fiction Workshop
    NWRG 5400, Spring 2021

    Multi-Genre & Hybrid Workshop
    NWRW 3112, Spring 2021

    Writing & Publishing Lab
    NWRG 5952, Spring 2021

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