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Jonathon Keats

Jonathon Keats, American writer. Member of The Last Supper Society, The Philosophical Society of San Francisco (Founding Member), National Book Critics Circuit (board directors).

Background

  • Keats, Jonathon was born on October 2, 1971 in New York City. Son of Andrew Terry Keats, Adrienne Schlossberg.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Amherst College, Massachusetts, 1994.

    Career

    • Art critic San Francisco Magazine, since 1997. Culture columnist Artweek, since 2004. Writer-in-residence Ucross Foundation, Clearmont, Wyoming, 2002, University Arizona Poetry Center, Tucson, 2000, Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York, 2003, MacDowell Colony, Petersborough, New Hampshire, 2004, MacNamaro Foundation, Westport, Maine, 2006.

    Works

    • The Pathology of Lies
    • HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU WANTED TO KILL YOUR BOSS? HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO FOR THAT CORNER OFFICE? Gloria Greene is young, beautiful, brilliant, and dead serious about what she wants.
    • Author: (novels) The Pathology of Lies, 1999, Lighter Than Vanity, 2004, Bureau of Standards, 2005, The First Intergalactic Art Exposition, 2006. Contributor book (nonfiction) The Salon. Com Guide to Contemporary Authors, 2000.

      Creator: Twenty Four Hour Cogito, 2000, Every Entity Is Identical to Itself, 2002. Creator Brain Trust, 2003, The God Project, 2004. Composer: 1,001 Concertos for Tuning Forks and Audience, 2002.

      Contributor articles to magazines, newspapers.

    Membership

    Member of The Last Supper Society, The Philosophical Society of San Francisco (Founding Member), National Book Critics Circuit (board directors).

    Connections

    • father: Andrew Terry Keats Keats
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    Born October 2, 1971
    (age 45)
    Nationality
    • 1994
      Amherst College
    • 1997
      Art critic San Francisco Magazine
    • 2004
      culture columnist Artweek