Center for Writing, Writing Associates
Leeore Schnairsohn earned his M.F.A. in Fiction at New York University and his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at Princeton University. His dissertation (2013) was on the Russian writer Osip Mandelstam and translations of Mandelstam's poems into German by Paul Celan. For the past five years Leeore has been writing stories and novels. He also teaches in the Expository Writing Program at N.Y.U.
Kate McIntyre earned her B.A. in Comparative Literature and Philosophy from the University of Chicago and her M.A. in English from Columbia University, where she is currently pursuing her doctorate. She studies and writes about poetry, race and ecology in the United States and the Caribbean in the long nineteenth-century; her other interests include contemporary poetry, book and print arts, critical theory and philosophy of language.
Danny Braun holds a PhD in English from Princeton University. His areas of research and teaching include modern and contemporary poetry and poetics
as linguists, philosophers, poets, and critics have understood it.
Danny Braun is a PhD candidate in English, at Princeton University. His areas of research and teaching include modern and contemporary poetry, and poetics, as linguists, philosophers, poets, and critics have understood it.