Tom House's stories have appeared in over thirty publications in the United States and Canada, including Harper’s, The North American Review and The Antioch Review. He was raised in East Islip, Long Island, the setting of his award-winning first novel, The Beginning of Calamities, and lives in the Hamptons. A former fellow at The MacDowell Colony, Ragdale Foundation, and The Atlantic Center for the Arts, House has taught English and writing at Long Island public schools and at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where he received an MA in English and an MA in Teaching in English.
Publications and Prizes
The Beginning of Calamities (Bridge Works Publishing, 2003)
Between Men 2 (Alyson Publications, 2009), M2M: New Literary Fiction (AttaGirl Press, 2003), Men on Men (Plume, 2000), Best American Gay Fiction 3 (Little, Brown & Co., 1998), Best American Gay Fiction 2 (Little Brown, 1997)
Antioch Review, Chicago Review, Christopher Street, Fourteen Hills, Genre, Gettysburg Review, Grain, Harper's, Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly, Literary Review, Lodestar Quarterly, New England Review, Ninth Letter, North American Review, Other Voices, Puerto del Sol, Southwest Review, Western Humanities Review, Witness
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Listing last updated: June 2, 2009