Harry Thorne is the co-coordinator of both the Writing Program and the Writing Across the Curriculum Program at CSI. He is in interested in researching and developing pedagogical practices that enable first-year students to engage more readily with academic ideas. He is a founding member of the Staten Island Writes Collaborative, which aims to close the gap between high school and college writing by offering writing pedagogy workshops for high school teachers.
M.A. in English, University of Sussex
“The New York School is a Joke: The Poetics of C: A Journal of Poetry” published
in Don’t Ever Get Famous: Essays on New York Poetry in the 1960s and ‘70s, edited
by Daniel Kane. Champaign: Dalkey Archives Press, 2006.
Essays, Poems, and Reviews
“Ordinary Revolutionaries” in Upping the Anti 12. Toronto: UTA Publications, 2011.
“Being Rakosi: A Recovery of Carl Rakosi’s Ex-Cranium, Night” in Octopus Magazine, 2011.
Biannual Poetry Reviews for Galatea Resurrects edited by Eileen Tabios, 2010 - 2012
Poems published in Chain: An International Journal of the Arts 12. Philadelphia: Chain