Kenneth Rosen is a writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Mashable, Yahoo.com and CNN.com among other publications. He is currently a writer and freelance journalist living in Brooklyn, N.Y. and is a regular contributor to Narratively where he also manages its social media accounts.
He is also a Correspondant at USA Today College.
He got his start as a reporter at Savannah Morning News. Follow him on Twitter @kenosen2 or email him at email@example.com
The week before I pried myself away from New York and moved to Japan to teach English, the New Yorker carried a tourism advertisement for the rural island where I’d be heading: “For travelers who have seen and experienced Tokyo, Kyoto, and other hot spots in Japan, and who are inclined to venture off the […]
Aunt Judy’s a teenager and my grandmother takes her shopping at Mays Department store in Downtown Brooklyn. Nana chooses the item she wants, then leans close to Judy. “Watch this.” Nana trumpets: “This is too expensive! I’m not paying this much!” A clerk says, “Ma’am, that’s the price.” “Oh, no! You’re not doing that to […]
“That’s it. I’ve had it.” Staring at the dirt encrusted window I made up my mind to cheer myself up. After September 11, 2001, my job relocated from a building overlooking the World Trade Center to the industrial center of Long Island City – the old Bloomingdale’s Warehouse on a concrete hill overlooking the Long […]