about

Thom Dunn is a Boston-based writer, musician, homebrewer, and new media artist. He enjoys Oxford commas, metaphysics, and romantic clichés (especially when they involve whiskey), and he firmly believes that Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" is the single greatest atrocity committed against mankind. He is a graduate of Clarion Writer's Workshop at UCSD ('13) & Emerson College ('08). 

Also he has a Tony Award. You can drop him a line at thomdunn[at]gmail.com

Photo: Ali Mulcahy

Photo: Ali Mulcahy

Thom Dunn is a writer, musician, and new media artist. He is currently a writer for the New York Times' Wirecutter, a Huntington Playwriting Fellow, and a regular contributor to Upworthy and other sites. His plays have been read or performed in New York, Boston, Hollywood, Alaska, and more, and he's also published fiction with Long Hidden and comic books for Grayhaven Comics & Ninth Art Press. Thom has also written essays, criticisms, and other vaguely-non-fictional ramblings for Medium, Quirk Books and Tor; and poetry in Asimov's and others. A graduate of Emerson College and the Clarion Writer’s Workshop at the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination, Thom enjoys mythophysics, robots and whiskey, and Oxford commas, and firmly believes that Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” is the single greatest atrocity ever committed against mankind. He lives in Boston and Ithaca with his wife and way too many weird stringed instruments. Thom is represented by the Kepner Agency.