Originally from the U.K., Dan Shewan is a nonfiction writer and journalist who lives and writes in New England.
Dan’s essays and journalism have been published in a wide range of publications in print and online, from small literary journals to national newspapers. Dan’s work has been featured in The Guardian, Pacific Standard, The Independent, The Daily Beast, Barrelhouse, The Rumpus, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Full Stop, Pithead Chapel, and Hippocampus Magazine, among others.
Dan has been interviewed by a range of media outlets and he has appeared on several podcasts. Dan was featured in 0s&1s Reads’ Writers on Mental Health series, and he was honored to write a Letter in the Mail for The Rumpus in 2015. Dan’s work was featured in Missing Providence, an anthology published by Frequency Writers, a nonprofit writing community and publisher based in Rhode Island. Dan’s work will also be featured in Frequency’s third anthology collection, due to be published in late 2018.