Gordon Haber’s recent fiction includes:

  • The Pikeman, about New Amsterdam in 1643, in Greyhound Journal.
  • Nila, about an emotional vampire, in Necessary Fiction.
  • I Pity the Fool, about birthdays and bowling, in Bodega.
  • Services, about the Korean War, in The Short Story Project.

His nonfiction writing on religion and culture has appeared in The Forward, Religion & Politics, and Religion Dispatches. He is a member of the Religion News Association and the International Association of Religion Journalists.

He also edits the CANVAS Compendium, a newsletter on Jewish arts and culture and philanthropy.

His awards include a Fulbright Fellowship, two New Work grants from the Queens Arts Fund, and residencies at the MacDowell Colony and the Toji Cultural Centre of South Korea. His short story “Uggs for Gaza” was adapted into an award-winning short film by his wife, the writer and filmmaker Brooke Berman.

In addition to writing, Gordon founded the micro-publishing company Dutch Kills Press, for which he edited the anthology 2020: Good Writing from a Bad Year.

You can see samples of his business writing and branded content here.

He does not live in Brooklyn.