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Chris Campanioni is an American writer of Cuban and Polish descent. He was born in Manhattan and raised in New Jersey, studied English literature and journalism at Lehigh University, and graduated from the MA program at Fordham University in May 2013. He is the Senior Editor of PANK magazine and a lecturer of English literature and creative writing at Baruch College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Pace University. To date, he has written a novel about fashion and the media titled Going Down (Aignos, 2013), a collection of poetry titled In Conversation (Aignos, 2014), Once in a Lifetime (Berkeley Press, 2014), and Tourist Trap (Black Rose, 2015), a novel that explores tourism and terrorism through the lens of new journalism and historical fiction. Along with Puerto Rican novelist

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  • Chris Campanioni is an American writer of Cuban and Polish descent. He was born in Manhattan and raised in New Jersey, studied English literature and journalism at Lehigh University, and graduated from the MA program at Fordham University in May 2013. He is the Senior Editor of PANK magazine and a lecturer of English literature and creative writing at Baruch College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Pace University. To date, he has written a novel about fashion and the media titled Going Down (Aignos, 2013), a collection of poetry titled In Conversation (Aignos, 2014), Once in a Lifetime (Berkeley Press, 2014), and Tourist Trap (Black Rose, 2015), a novel that explores tourism and terrorism through the lens of new journalism and historical fiction. Along with Puerto Rican novelist
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  • Chris Campanioni is an American writer of Cuban and Polish descent. He was born in Manhattan and raised in New Jersey, studied English literature and journalism at Lehigh University, and graduated from the MA program at Fordham University in May 2013. He is the Senior Editor of PANK magazine and a lecturer of English literature and creative writing at Baruch College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Pace University. To date, he has written a novel about fashion and the media titled Going Down (Aignos, 2013), a collection of poetry titled In Conversation (Aignos, 2014), Once in a Lifetime (Berkeley Press, 2014), and Tourist Trap (Black Rose, 2015), a novel that explores tourism and terrorism through the lens of new journalism and historical fiction. Along with Puerto Rican novelist Jonathan Marcantoni, he runs the YouNiversity, a non-profit digital workshop that provides students access to and experience with the publishing industry through media professionals in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Africa. Unlike the curriculum and objectives of many MFA programs across the United States, the YouNiversity focuses on several different facets of a writer's literary development, including real-time interaction with editors, literary agents, graphic artists, publishers, and other readers and writers.
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