Helen Betya Rubinstein’s essays and fiction have appeared in The Kenyon Review, The Paris Review Daily, Witness, and Gulf Coast, among others, and her opinions and criticism in The Chronicle of Higher Education, The LA Review of Books, Jewish Currents, and The New York Times. She has taught first-year writing since 2008, and has studied writing pedagogy at Brooklyn College, the University of Iowa, and the Bard Institute for Writing & Thinking. She also teaches at The New School and serves as a writing coach for scholars in a variety of fields.
“On Not Eating the Marshmallow,” The Kenyon Review
“When Plagiarism Is a Plea for Help,” The Chronicle of Higher Education
“Forms and Fractures,” The LA Review of Books