Gordon Haber

Writer, editor, mediocre guitarist

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Five Gordon Haber Facts That Will Blow Your Mind!

  You can buy his book! He teaches at the School of the New York Times! He runs the micropress Dutch Kills Press! He writes about religion for various online magazines! He tweets here, and occasionally his jokes are funny!  

After Long, Cold Winter, Let Us Emerge Together into Spring

  Like many of us, I’ve been hunkered down all winter. Now suddenly I’m doing 4 events this March. Here they are: 3/3 @ 7pm: Columbia Faculty Selects at KGB Bar! This is a great reading series for emerging Columbia School of the Arts alumni. I’ll be pinch-hitting as host. Readers will be the mesmerizing Madeline Stevens, […]

It’s a Haber Harmonic Convergence

No, we’re not talking about two drinks for the price of one or back-to-back Bob Seger songs. We’re talking about two fine examples of journalism and commentary from me: My modest proposal in the wake of the Hobby Lobby decision: give corporations the right to bear arms. Theater artists respond to the Pew Survey on […]

All Aboard the Literary Blog Train

Thanks to my friend Mary Valle for inviting me along for the e-ride. What am I working on? • An apocalyptic novel about the Jewish messiah (excerpt!) • A story about a guy who inherits his grandmother’s memory • A story about a miserable unsuccessful person in New York (because no one has ever written […]

“The Past Is Never Dead. It’s Not Even Past.”

  Recently I read that the cathedral in Sandomierz, Poland, has re-unveiled a famous 17th century painting of Jews exsanguinating Christian babies. The news prompted me to take another look at the notes from my own trip to Poland on a Fulbright fellowship and write about it for the Forward. I was shocked by the […]

Year-End Roundup

  Fiction. I am grateful to have published a good amount of fiction in 2013. First and foremost, I got two novellas out into the world via Amazon’s stellar Kindle Singles program: Adjunctivitis, a novella about a part-time college instructor in L.A. in a desperate quest for health insurance False Economies, a novella about a […]

Alternate Covers for False Economies!

This is really cool. I heard from Dan Mayer, the talented guy who designed the cover for my first Kindle Single, False Economies. While I am certainly pleased with the one we chose, it was really interesting to see the other iterations and how they evoke different aspects of the story. My favorite is Upside-Down […]


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