Hailed as "the most promising writer of the Adderall generation" (John Fitzgerald "Kurt" Wilde, "The New Brunswick Literary Home Journal"), Kyle Bern is the author of countless works of short fiction, poetry, personal essay, and film/music/videogame/culture criticism, as well as the hit underground comix series "21st Century Rimjob." His debut novel, "...and the kids: A Disorientation Guide for the College-Bound," has garnered comparison to Bret Easton Ellis' "The Rules of Attraction" and been called "possibly the most urgent book by any young writer to emerge this century[....]it arrives covered in viscera, leaking blood everywhere" (Joseph "Wildcat" Kaczynski, "The Purple Reading Series Review").
Kyle studied writing under the tutelage of acclaimed poet Larry Fagin. He likes things and dislikes stuff. He dropped out of Eugene Lang College The New School For Liberal Arts.
Kyle was born in 1990. He currently lives in New Jersey, where he sleeps, eats, watches movies, listens to music, reads, writes, and, when he's lucky, catches occasional glimpses of light.