Roy Scranton

Roy Scranton has been a dishwasher, truck driver, phone psychic, caregiver, door-to-door canvasser, telemarketer, soldier, short-order cook, fry cook, and journalist. He is the author of Learning to Die in the Anthropocene, the novel War Porn, and the essay collection We’re Doomed. Now What? He has been awarded a Whiting Fellowship and a Lannan Literary Fellowship, among other honors, and holds a PhD in English from Princeton. He lives in Indiana, where he teaches at the University of Notre Dame.


ARTICLES FEATURING ROY

Impurity: Two Books on the Anthropocene

The bibliography on life during climate change has swelled in recent years. Purdy and Scranton each offer a powerful reckoning with our bewildering present....


Danger Close: The Iraq War in American Fiction


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