Johnnie Dun

Johnnie Dun

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Johnnie Dun has published journalism and literary criticism in a variety of media and scholarly outlets, including, The Cortland Review, and Early American Literature. He has written science news and magazine pieces on Siberian tigers, the physics of the home run in baseball, and the never-ending restoration of the Everglades. He worked in New York for brand and digital agencies doing American writer trench work: inventing the brand “story” for a boutique hotel chain; a PR war-of-words between a Nebraskan food conglomerate and an enraged South Korean beef importer; and marketing the "science" behind Lysol disinfectant. ​ In other words, he has engaged in corporate claptrap to survive on one's talents in post-capitalist American "knowledge economy." Now he plies his word trade while working in the biotech industry. He aspires to avoid being packaged into an organized product shelved on aisle 7 of Barnes & Noble. ​ A native of Philadelphia, PA, he now lives in Boston, MA.
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