About LIM College
Arts & Sciences
Andrew Cotto is a Lecturer in the Arts & Sciences Department, teaching Writing Essentials and Composition. He joined LIM College as an adjunct faculty member in 2013 and began teaching on a full-time basis in Fall 2014.
Professor Cotto is the author of two novels, Outerborough Blues: A Brooklyn Mystery (Ig Publishing, 2012) and The Domino Effect (Brownstone Editions, 2011) which received the Readers’ Favorite Silver Medal Award. His work has appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Men's Journal, Salon, Deadspin, Teachers & Writers Magazine, and the Good Men Project.
Named ASA College’s “Professor of the Year” in Arts & Sciences in both 2009 and 2011, Professor Cotto has also taught St. Francis College, the New York City College of Technology, and John Cabot University (Rome). In addition, he was a Teaching Artist for the Teachers & Writers Collaborative and a Workshop Leader for the New York Writers Coalition.
Professor Cotto holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature from Lynchburg College and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the New School of General Studies. In his spare time he enjoys food, music and travel.