About Marcus Civin
Marcus Civin lives in Brooklyn. He is a writer and Assistant Dean in the School of Art at Pratt Institute. He has published poems, short stories, art reviews, feature articles about artists, and interviews with artists and art people in a variety of publications. He has lectured, read, exhibited, and performed in classrooms, basements, bars, parking lots, parks, apartments, galleries, museums, festivals, and online. Poetry and short stories have appeared in Clementine, Full Bleed, Memoir Mixtapes, Mirage Period(ical), Nerve Lantern, The Paper, Urbanite, and No, Dear. Art writing has appeared in Artforum, Art in America, Art Papers, Aufgabe, Boston Art Review, The Brooklyn Rail, Camera Austria, Damn Magazine, Maake Magazine, Momus, and elsewhere. You can find much of his writing online at marcuscivinwriting.com or on Instagram @marcuscivinwriting. He is thrilled to be involved with Media Hour and is grateful for the support and encouragement of Media Hour director Chelsea Knight and past resident David Kelley.