Eric Sasson is the author of the short story collection “Margins of Tolerance” (Livingston Press, 2012) and the forthcoming novel, “Admissions.” His stories have been nominated for the Robert Olen Butler prize, the Pushcart prize, and one is in The Best Gay Stories 2013. For three years, he wrote “Ctrl-Alt,” a column on LGBT culture for the Wall Street Journal, and he is now a regular contributor to The New Republic and GOOD magazine. His political articles have been featured on “Meet the Press” and “Morning Joe,” and his December 2016 article “Turning Fury into Fuel” for GOOD magazine just won a National Magazine Award “Ellie” for Personal Service. Other publication credits include pieces in Salon, Five Points, William and Mary Review, The Puritan, BLOOM and Nashville Review, among others. He was a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers Conference and is the recipient of fellowships to several residencies, including Ragdale, VCCA, Hambidge, Anderson Center and I-Park, among others. He received his MA in Creative Writing from NYU and has taught fiction writing in Brooklyn, where he was born, bred, and still resides.

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  1. Dear Mr Sasson,

    I really enjoyed your recent essay in The New Republic. I found it more satisfying than Mr Kristof’s followup editorial ( I did my graduate work in Middles Eastern studies, and I couldn’t have said it better. I was also delighted to read that you’ve worked at the Sackett Street Workshop (I took one of Julia’s classes in college over a summer break).



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