Jim Snowden is an award-winning writer, editor and educator who lives in the Seattle area. His passion is telling stories about people who find that the rules they've lived by are turning against them. Jim received his MFA from the University of Washington in 2004, where he won the David Guterson award for his work on Dismantle the Sun. He also runs a small press, MMIP Books, which published its first short story collection, Coming Unglued: Six Stories About Things Falling Apart, in May of 2011. Its next collection, Blood Promises, And Other Commitments will be out in October of 2012.
Publications and Prizes
MAKE: A Chicago Literary Magazine, Mind in Motion, Pulphouse: A Fiction Magazine, Seattle Review, The King's English
David Guterson Prize
Million Writers Award for Best Novella
What I'm Reading Now:
Nixonland by Rick Perlstein, The Sense of An Ending by Julian Barnes
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Listing last updated: March 11, 2013