Stoltenberg, John (Vincent)
STOLTENBERG, John (Vincent)
STOLTENBERG, John (Vincent). American, b. 1944. Genres: Human relations/Parenting, Women's studies and issues, Essays. Career: Writer. The Open Theatre, NYC, administrative director and writer-in-residence, 1971- 74; Essence, NYC, managing editor, 1980-85; Working Woman, NYC, consulting and project development editor, 1985-87; Lear's, NYC, managing editor, 1988-91; On the Issues magazine, NYC, special projects advisor, 1993-94, executive editor and editorial director, 1994-96; Golf Digest Woman, managing editor, 1999-. New School of Social Research, NYC, instructor, 1991. Speaker and leader of workshops at universities and conferences across the U.S.; has appeared on television talk shows and on radio programs. Publications: Refusing to Be a Man: Essays on Sex and Justice, 1989, rev. ed., 2000; The End of Manhood, 1993, rev. ed., 2000; What Makes Pornography "Sexy?," 1994. Author of several plays. Contributor to anthologies and periodicals. Address: c/o Elaine Markson Literary Agency, 44 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10011, U.S.A.