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Henry Kronk writes non-fiction, short fiction, and poetry. He also produces radio and podcasts. He is based in Burlington, VT, where he grew up. In 2015, he graduated from McGill University with an honors B.A. in English. He also received the Peterson Memorial Prize for a selection of fiction and poetry.


For his day job, Henry reports on renewable energy and carbon markets for OPIS, a Dow Jones Company. He is also the co-author of The Beat, The Scene, The Sound: A DJ's Journey Through the Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of House Music in New York City.

Henry's creative work has appeared in The Wrath-Bearing Tree, Omega, Vallum: Contemporary Poetry, The Veg, and Ricky's Backyard. His first bylines were published when he worked as an intern reporter for the Burlington Free Press. His journalism has also been published by Greenbiz, Exclaim!, International DJ, Montreal Rampage, and LMS Pulse.

Henry produced Code Burst in 2018 through 2019. The show, which investigated a coding bootcamp that sought to retrain out-of-work coal miners for jobs in tech, aired on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal and is currently available as a podcast.