Quick Note on Peter Selgin

Posted: April 5, 2010 in News and General Posts
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From his website:

Peter Selgin is the author of two books of fiction, including his first book of short stories, Drowning Lessons, which won the Flannery O’Connor Award for Fiction and published by the University of Georgia Press in 2008. His autobiographical novel, Life Goes to the Movies, was twice a finalist for the James Jones First Novel Fellowship, and second place winner for the AWP Award for the Novel, before being published in May of 2009 by Dzanc Books. Selgin is also the author of two books on the craft of fiction writing, including By Cunning & Craft: Sound Advice and Practical Wisdom for Fiction Writers (Writers Digest Books, 2006) and 180 Ways to Save a Novel: Matters of Vital Concern to Fiction Writers (forthcoming from Writers Digest Books, April 2010).

For more information and to read excerpts of his work, please visit his website.

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