VCLA Founder and Executive Director
Sean Murphy has been publishing fiction, poetry, reviews (of music, movie, book, food), and essays on the technology industry for almost twenty years. He has appeared on NPR’s “All Things Considered” and been quoted in USA Today, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Forbes and AdAge. He writes regularly for PopMatters, and his work has also appeared in Salon, The Village Voice, The New York Post, The Good Men Project, All About Jazz, AlterNet, Web Del Sol, Elephant Journal, FIVE:2:ONE, 805 Lit + Art and Northern Virginia Magazine. He was previously the writer-in-residence at Noepe Center for Literary Arts at Martha’s Vineyard. His best-selling memoir PLEASE TALK ABOUT ME WHEN I’M GONE was released in 2013. His novel NOT TO MENTION A NICE LIFE was published in June 2015, and his first two collections of non-fiction, MURPHY’S LAW, VOL. ONE and VOL. TWO, are now available. To learn more about Sean Murphy’s writing and to check his events schedule, please visit seanmurphy.net.