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Chester Kozlowski

Chester Kozlowski

Adjunct Instructor

Chet Kozlowski is the author of the collection Home at Last: Stories published by Florian Letters Press. He was a graphic designer specializing in newspapers and books before coming to New York City. He has been teaching in the writing program at the Center for Applied Liberal Arts, NYUSPS since 2008. He has also developed workshops and curricula for the Center for Publishing and the Summer High School Academy. His stories have appeared in Guernica, The Brooklyn Rail, Promethean, Fiction Attic, and Global City Review. Kozlowski has received writing awards for short fiction, essays, and a scholarship awarded by playwright Tony Kushner. He has an MFA from The City College of New York.

Currently Teaching

Reading the World: Selections from Today's Newsstand

Discuss articles from a range of magazines and online platforms, including The New Yorker and Charlie Hebdo.

Fundamentals of Storytelling

Explore the basic elements of story, and apply them to your writing for more dynamic content, whether for novels or résumés.

Essentials of Writing Essays: From Personal to Persuasive

Read published essays as models of the form, and then, discuss and practice the full range of this nonfiction craft.

Writing with Power: Gaining a Professional Edge

Take your business writing to the next level, gaining skills for improving the style and increasing the impact of your professional communication.

What's Your Story? Building Narrative in Business Writing

Learn to apply classic principles of storytelling to professional pitches, emails, and memos to increase effectiveness.

Advanced Writing Workshop

Whether an advanced writer or a prospective MFA student, this workshop can help you to hone your craft and further develop your distinctive voice.

Fiction Writing One-Day Workshop

Learn the elements of fiction writing, including structure, characterization, plot, description, dialogue, point of view, style, and voice.