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UHV/ABR READING SERIES

DATE: Thursday  10/25/2007


R.M. Berry




SPEAKER: R.M.  Berry
is author of the novel Leonardo's Horse, a New York Times "notable book" of 1998, and story collections Plane Geometry and Other Affairs of the Heart, and Dictionary of Modern Anguish. His short fiction has been widely published and anthologized, and his critical essays have appeared in such journals as Philosophy and Literature, Narrative, and UHV’s own journal of comparative literature and theory, symploke. He is a graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop and a native of Atlanta, Georgia. He is currently chair of English Department at Florida State University. He is also publisher of FC2. Berry's most recent novel is Frank, an unwriting of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, published by Chiasmus Press (2006).

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Fiction’s Present: Situating Contemporary Narrative Innovation, co-edited
(SUNY Press, forthcoming 2007)
Frank (Chiasmus, 2006)
Dictionary of Modern Anguish (FC2, 2000)
Leonardo’s Horse (FC2, 1997)
Plane Geometry and Other Affairs of the Heart (FC2, 1985)

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