WILLIAM LUVAAS has published two 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 Story, The 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.
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