Harry Ewan

Assistant Professor
MFA, 2015, Long Island University, Brooklyn, Creative Writing/FictionBA, 2012, New York University, Humanities

Harry J. Ewan has been teaching a First Year Writing course entitled “Language and Power in and out of the Academy” for four years.  The course explores rhetorical writing practices themed around 20th century and contemporary race, gender, and sexuality language, texts, and issues. 

 

Print Publications (pseudonym: Harry McEwan): “Trashed” cross-genre: memoir/fiction (Your Impossible Voice! fall 2015); “Smoke and Shadows” novel excerpt (The Opiate, spring 2017).  Digital Publications: “Our Table” (The Opiate, February 2017); “Sempre Sigrid: an Interview with Novelist Sigrid Nunez” (visceral Brooklyn (defunct) fall 2015).  In addition to stage plays and fiction, Harry is currently working on an article, “Writing Out of the Margins: An LGBTQ Professor’s Journey to Holism at a Catholic University.”

First Year Writing (English: Core Composition)