12 Facts About Andrew Hubner


Andrew Keith Hubner, known as Andrew Huebner and Drew Hubner, was an American author and college lecturer.


Andrew Hubner has been compared to Cormac McCarthy, David Foster Wallace, and Thomas Wolfe.


Hubner, the son of Jacqueline and George Christopher "Chris" Hubner III, was born in Newark, New Jersey and grew up in Cary, North Carolina.


Andrew Hubner had two siblings, older brother Dave S Hubner and younger brother Steve Hubner.


Andrew Hubner graduated from Cary High School in 1981 and attended Appalachian State University.


Andrew Hubner moved to New York City in 1984 where he completed his BA and MA degrees at Hunter College and studied in the MFA program at The New School.


Andrew Hubner became a contributor to Sensitive Skin and The Brooklyn Rail.


Andrew Hubner taught writing and literature at over twenty colleges, including City University of New York, UCLA, and The New School.


Andrew Hubner was a lecturer in English literature at Hostos Community College at the time of his death.


In interviews and through his semi-biographical novels and short stories, Andrew Hubner was open about his blue-collar family's history of violence and the military, along with his own struggles with drugs, addiction, homelessness, and institutionalization.


Andrew Hubner was commissioner of Little League in Riverdale, Bronx.


In 2022, Andrew Hubner died at his home in the Bronx at the age of 59.