Lee Huttner


Lee Huttner is a teacher and writer based in New York.

Raised among the brownfields of Rust Belt Pennsylvania, Lee has lived in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Chicago, and now New York, where he teaches high school English.

Current projects include a hybrid reimagining of the making of Pink Narcissus and a speculative meditation on the chronophotography of Thomas Eakins.

Professional investments include the pedagogy of creative composition, youth empowerment through literacy and arts education, and increased accessibility to literacy and arts programming in urban centers.

Prize anthology mentions

Pushcart (CNF) 2020*

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