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WILLIAM LUVAAS has published several novels, The Seductions of Natalie Bach  and Going Under  (Little Brown) and (Putnam), and a story collection, A Working Man’s Apocrypha (Univ. Oklahoma Press).  His stories, essays and articles have appeared widely, including in: The American Fiction Anthology (Vol. 9), Antioch Review, Confrontation, Glimmer Train, Grain Mag.North American Review, Pretext, Short StoryThe Sun, Thema, and The Village Voice. Train’s He is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and his story “Ashes Rain Down” won first place in Glimmer Train's Fiction Open Contest (Winter ‘06-07).  He has taught creative writing at San Diego State University, University of California, Riverside and The Writer’s Voice in New York.  He is currently at work on a collection of linked stories focusing on environmental apocalypse.
Photo Credit:  Lucinda Luvaas