“Because of Lehman's work, and others in the Nexus series, perhaps now, at last, Miller's Inhumans can take their rightful place, between the Lost Generation and the Beats, where they belong.”—James T. Patterson, “Stirring the Pot on Henry Miller”
In addition to directing the creative writing program at the University of Bridgeport, Eric D. Lehman is the editor of the school literary magazine, Groundswell, and of the faculty essay series, The Commons. He is an Associate Editor, Staff Writer, and Book Reviewer for The Wayfarer, which nominated his short memoir "The Last Hermit in New England" for the 2015 Pushcart Prize. He is also a regular contributor to Edible Nutmeg, Empty Mirror Books, and Berfrois. In his spare time, he pursues Henry Miller scholarship, writing for Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal and Henry Miller: New Perspectives. He has been consulted and quoted by The Atlantic Monthly, USA Today, and Deutsche Presse-Agentur.
Lehman's work has appeared in the many other publications, including the following: The Writer Magazine, Gastronomica, Garbanzo, Wilderness House Literary Review, Umbrella, Phi Kappa Phi FORUM, Venture Magazine, Identity Theory, Quinnipiac Valley Times, Rackehanen Fly Fishing Journal, Hackwriters, Knightlines, Housatonic Quill, Post Road Review, Strong Verse, The New Formalist, Hemingway's Shotgun, Paper Wasp, The Shantytown Anomaly, Red River Review, Ultraverse, Simply Haiku, Moria, Mastodon Dentist, Mobius, ken*again, Cause and Effect, Switchback, Nature's Wisdom, Antique Trader, Canopic Jar, SNReview, Entelechy, T-Zero, Bull, Hamden Community News, Shoreline Times, Communion, The Fourth River, Coastal Connecticut, Queen Mob's Teahouse, and Wildness: Voices of the Sacred Landscape.
Watch Eric's appearances (5) in the documentary, The Real Tom Thumb: History's Smallest Superstar, which he filmed with Wingspan Productions and appeared on the BBC4 before being picked up by Real Stories.