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Bret Gladstone

Part-time Faculty
bg89@nyu.edu
(212) 992-3743
1 Wash Pl, Room 619

B.F.A., English Literature, Columbia University, 2006
M.F.A., Fiction, Columbia University, 2011

Bret Gladstone is the editorial director of Graver Goods Press and the founder of its Impracticum—an independent creative writing program grounded in community service. He received his MFA from Columbia University, where he has also taught undergraduate workshops. His music journalism has been published by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, The Village Voice, Spin, and The Associated Press, and his fiction was awarded a fellowship from The Edward F. Albee Foundation. Prior to teaching at  Gallatin, The New School, and  and Medgar Evers College, he worked with rescue dogs and future service dogs. He currently lives in Brooklyn.     

Teaching and Research Interests

20th and 21st-century literature; fiction writing; arts criticism; Shakespeare studies; the interface between language, perception and identity; representations of trauma in literature; theories and literary representations of time; interdisciplinary literary studies  

Courses

2022 Spring

Fiction Writing

2021 Spring

Fiction Writing

2021 Fall

Writing the Fantastic

2020 Spring

Fiction Writing

2020 Fall

Writing the Fantastic

2019 Spring

Fiction Writing

2019 Fall

Writing the Fantastic

Bret Gladstone