Erin Elizabeth Clune
Published author with writing experience across multiple genres and disciplines. Journalism background in print, internet, and radio. Enthusiastic paid and volunteer worker in social justice campaigns, with emphasis on elections and racial justice. Initiative-taking extrovert who thrives remotely and loves being part of teams.
2016 - PRESENT
Wrote and published two comic non-fiction titles, Sh*tty Mom For All Seasons (Abrams, 2026) and How to Leave: Quitting the City and Coping with a New Reality (Bloomsbury, 2018). Completed debut novel (2020) of historical fiction. Currently writing romcom.
2008 - PRESENT
Wrote and produced articles for online, public radio, and print media. Published range of writing, from research-based work to comic satire. Select list below.
Public Radio Producer
2012 - 2015
Produced segments and shows for PRX’s To the Best of Our Knowledge. Programming topics included racial identity, mental illness, and motherhood.
Faculty Member, Bard Prison Initiative
2006 - 2009
Designed and taught seminar at Eastern Correctional Facility, New York State, and served as senior thesis advisor at Woodbourne Correctional Facility.
Instructor, CUNY Graduate Center
2007 - 2008
Designed and taught two sections of modern labor history to labor union interns.
Assistant Professor, Stonehill College
2003 - 2005
Tenure-track, courses in U.S. History, African American history, and World History.
Agency Coordinator, City of New York
2000 - 2003
Liaison for PeopleSoft HR product at agencies, including FDNY and Actuary. Interviewed personnel and communicated between consultants and city employees.
Editorial and Research Assistant, National Public Radio
Interned for Nina Totenberg, produced for Morning Edition. Special projects included conducting interviews at SCOTUS and assisting Neal Conan on Richard Nixon obituary.