Ken Schneck

The home of author, professor, emcee, radio host, and rabble-rouser Dr. Ken Schneck.

Freelance

Ken's award-winning writing has been seen in myriad national publications. For six years, he was a featured contributor to The Huffington Post, penning 50+ pieces mostly housed in the “College,” “Queer Voices” and “Impact” sections. His musings have been viewed, liked and shared millions of times. His piece “Student Affairs Get Suicidal Too” (2013) sparked a national conversation about wellness in colleges and universities and is required reading for trainings across the country. And his piece “Cleveland Pride Was Just Canceled. And It Hurts.” coalesced the rainbow energy of the entire world to make the push to (successfully!) restore the Cleveland LGBT Pride events. Additionally, he has contributed to The AdvocateYour Teen for Parents, and writes regular features for Cleveland Magazine, FreshWater Cleveland, and PRIZM Magazine. His writing has been recognized multiple times by the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, including First Place in the "Best Criticism/Editorial" category in 2017. 


Flower Child:
Prayers From Maria

(Cleveland Magazine)

 When Maria McNamara died from brain cancer 11 years ago this month, she left a legacy of joy and caring for others. But now, her field of sunflowers, which helps bring awareness and raise money to fight childhood cancer, is threatened by development.  READ MORE>>

When Maria McNamara died from brain cancer 11 years ago this month, she left a legacy of joy and caring for others. But now, her field of sunflowers, which helps bring awareness and raise money to fight childhood cancer, is threatened by development. READ MORE>>

CLEVELAND PRIDE WAS JUST CANCELED. AND IT HURTS.

(The Huffington Post)

 “I have never felt like I needed a Pride parade. Until it was taken away from me today. And now I need it more than anything.. And now I need it more than anything."  READ MORE>>

“I have never felt like I needed a Pride parade. Until it was taken away from me today. And now I need it more than anything.. And now I need it more than anything." READ MORE>>

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