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Donald Brown

Donald Brown
regional managing editor - United States - New York

Donald Brown, the nonfiction editor and online theater critic for the New Haven Review, is a member of the Connecticut Critics Circle. He holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University, where he studied as a Mellon Fellow after receiving a BA, as a Dean’s Scholar in Comparative Literature and Art History, at the University of Delaware, his home state. He has taught literature and writing as an instructor and lecturer at Yale, and has published essays on Thomas Pynchon, James Joyce, and Marcel Proust, the subjects of his dissertation. In 2014, Rowman and Littlefield published his critical study, Bob Dylan: American Troubadour. Posts on literature, film, music, and other interests appear on his personal blog, blogocentrism. He lives in Hamden, Connecticut.

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