Meet Jay Dixit
Jay Dixit is an award-winning writer, storyteller, and writing teacher whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Slate, Wired, and Psychology Today. As an interviewer, Jay has spoken to Spike Lee, Tim Roth, Willem Dafoe, and Tony Robbins. Jay also conducted George Carlin’s last interview—which George Carlin called the “most complete interview” of his life.
Jay has taught creative writing at Columbia University, and leads regular classes in writing and storytelling through the New York Writers’ Intensive. Jay is also the winner of The Moth, a live stage storytelling competition based in New York, and his story “My Father’s Love” appears on The Moth Radio Hour and NPR. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can we help you?
Students come to Jay for various reasons and often for specific help with their writing techniques. He works closely with each of them so that they get the support that they are looking for. Read what former students had to say about his classes and workshops!