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 firstname.lastname@example.org
I was not where I wanted to be. This was because I was out. I was out at a bar called the Narrows in Bushwick–or East Williamsburg if you’re a real estate broker. The bar is called the Narrows because the building is very narrow. But really every building in New York City is narrow. […]
“Mommy—Don’t go to work,” my two-year-old daughter said, who’d just started speaking in sentences. As I put on my jacket, she began to cry. I kissed her cheek, and said, “I’ll be home later.” The babysitter fed her, and I closed the door. I heard her sobbing as I charged down the hallway. I had […]
I once took the New York City police exam on a whim. In the suburbs of Long Island where I grew up, a large portion of high school buddies already had badges and guns by their early twenties. “Dude,” an acquaintance would say from the stool of a local tavern, “I shot my gun off […]