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Bio: James Robison has published many stories in The New Yorker, won a Whiting Grant for his short fiction and a Rosenthal Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters for his first novel, The Illustrator, brought out by Bloomsbury in the U.K. His work has appeared in Best American Short Stories, The Pushcart Prize, Grand Street and thrice in The Manchester Review. The Mississippi Review devoted an issue to seven of his short stories. He co-wrote the 2008 film, New Orleans Mon Amour, and has poetry and prose forthcoming or published in Story Quarterly,The Northwest Review, The Green Mountains Review, The Dublin Quarterly, Salt Hill Journal, The Montreal Review, Scythe, Pirene’s Fountain, The Raleigh Review, Smokelong Quarterly, The Santa Clara Review, elimae,The Blue Fifth Review, Istanbul Literary Review, Wigleaf, Commonline, BLIP Magazine, The Ramshackle Review, Blast Furnace, Stepaway Magazine, The Toronto Quarterly, The Houston Literary Review, Metazen, Corium Magazine, Wilderness House Literary Review, Message In A Bottle, Thrush Poetry Journal, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, Necessary Fiction, Danse Macabre, THIS magazine, The Paradise Review, Drunken Boat,The Philadelphia Review of Books,The 2River View, The View From Here Literary Magazine, The Free State Review, NNN Virgogray Press and, from India and Macedonia, The Enchanting Verses Literary Review and elsewhere. His work has been translated into Modern Greek by Antonia-bulika Kubareli and published by Kedros Publishers – Ekdoseis Kedros – Athens, Greece. He taught for eight years as an Associate Visiting Professor at the University of Houston’s Creative Writing Program, was Visiting Writer at Loyola College of Maryland, was Fiction Editor of The North Dakota Quarterly and an Associate Professor at the University of North Dakota for five years and was 2011 Visiting Artist at The University of Southern Mississippi.He is the winner of a Pushcart Prize for 2012 and his story appears in that anthology’s 2013 edition.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Robison_(author)

The Author And A Good Dog, Late Summer 1965

The Author's Late Parents

I believe in a reality of blue roses and chairs but also in movies in the slanted dark; I believe that beliefs are life, rather, you think what you are what you do. So autobiography is not LIFE but under the heading, LIE
For Example.
“And the light shineth in darkness and the darkness comprehended it not,” is both John of the Cross and physics, metaphysics, romance and biography. Just as “the cars the bars and stars” were…

…like that. The bike was…

thus.