Rocky’s Story


Editor-in-Chief: Rocky Reichman

Rocky Reichman, 20, served as Editor-in-Chief at Literary Magic. Rocky founded Literary Magic at 15. At 16, Rocky began a 4-summer internship with the Online Media team at The McGraw-Hill Companies in the Marketing and Product Development department, to assist with their online publications. In Fall 2009, Rocky worked on Marketing and PR at electronics/robotics startup Narobo. In Spring 2010, Rocky joined the Brandeis student-run newspaper The Justice, where he reported and interviewed best-selling crime novelist Patricia Cornwell, former presidential candidate and chairman of the DNC Howard Dean, and entrepreneur Michael Granoff, Head of Oil Independence Policies for startup Better Place. Rocky also volunteered as the Communications Coordinator for Brandeis Hillel, where he will serve starting Fall 2010.



Rocky’s fascination with writing emerged at age 12 after a reading the novel Magician: Apprentice.


Rocky has authored dozens of articles including essays on linguistics, book reviews, and pieces on etymology. He has been published for organizations including Firstwriter newsletter, Whisper Poetry and


In 2011, Rocky switched his focus from Literary Magic to work on his long-term interests in the areas of trauma and psychological resilience. He maintains a digital resume and portfolio of his projects at