Robert Isenberg

Robert Isenberg

Robert Isenberg is author of The Green Season (The Tico Times Publications Group), The Mysterious Tongue of Dr. Vermilion (Backpack Media), The Archipelago: A Balkan Passage (Autumn House Press), and Wander, a poetry collection (Six Gallery Press). An award-winning writer and stage actor, Isenberg has contributed to such diverse publications as Lonely Planet, McSweeney's, Mental_Floss, The Christian Science Monitor, and Pittsburgh Magazine. His many stage-plays have received enthusiastic reviews, as has his Pittsburgh Monologue Project, a stand-up performance series based on overheard conversations (co-authored with Brad Keller). He earned his MFA in Nonfiction Writing from Chatham University, where he served as Whitford Fellow, the program's highest honor. He has taught for Duquesne University, Arizona State University, and the University of Rhode Island. Originally from Vermont, he has traveled to 39 countries on five continents. Isenberg worked as a staff writer for two years for The Tico Times, Central America's most distinguished English-language newspaper. He now lives in Rhode Island, where he serves as staff writer for Providence Monthly.
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