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Jack Driscoll

Jack Driscoll is a two-time NEA Creative Writing Fellowship recipient, a PEN/Nelson Algren Award winner, and the author of twelve books, including the story collections, Wanting Only to Be Heard (U of MA Press, 1992), winner of the AWP Grace Paley Short Fiction Prize; The World of a Few Minutes Ago (WSU Press, 2012), winner of the Society of Midland Authors Award and Michigan Notable Book Award; and The Goat Fish and the Lover’s Knot (WSU Press, 2017), which received a Michigan Notable Book Award and was a finalist for the John D. Gardner Short Fiction Prize. Pushcart Press published his November 2022 collection Twenty Stories, New and Selected, winner of the Pushcart Editors Award for 2022.  His stories have appeared in the Georgia Review, The Southern Review, Ploughshares, Missouri Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, the Pushcart Prize Anthology, and New Stories from the Midwest. Driscoll was the founder of the Interlochen Center for the Arts creative writing department, and he continues to teach for Pacific University’s low-residency MFA program. Jack recently moved to Mystic, CT.
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