The media likes to keep tabs on us.
WNYC radio (All of It with Alison Stewart) did a segment on memoir that featured Gotham and our teacher Cullen Thomas.
The Wall Street Journal reports on our boom during the Coronavirus pandemic, and they recommend us as a gift idea during holiday time. And Men’s Journal recommends us an alternative to the typical streaming entertainment.
CBS News New York cites us as a “best class” for creative types.
The TV show (Impractical) Jokers has some fun with Gotham (Season 16, episode 4, last 10 minutes).
The New York Daily News couldn't resist a profile on George Saltz, a Gotham student who began his career in stand-up comedy at the youthful age of 79.
The New York Post calls out Gotham as a place to learn how to publish a book.
Among the suggestions in a Forbes magazine article about escaping a job you hate: take a class with Gotham.
The NBC News in NYC occasionally sends us young writers to work
with our teachers. Here’s
Gotham's 91-Word Memoir Contest captured the attention of that big-time blog The Dish.
The Irish Times presents Gotham classes as a good alternative to a master's degree in creative writing.
U.S. News & World Report talks about the value of a creative writing education, including Gotham classes.
Fast Company recommends Gotham for job-boosting skills.
W42 does a nice profile on us.