Pierre Hauser has published 15 stories in literary journals and is working on a novel about a male nanny. He is co-founder and co-president of the Daphne Foundation, which supports grass-roots groups in New York City that creatively confront the causes and consequences of poverty. He has written several history books for young adult readers. He has also worked as a park ranger, reporter, editor, and punk rock drummer. He has degrees from Yale, Columbia, and the New School.
Publications and Prizes
Alligator Juniper, Bomb, Carve, Confrontation, Crab Creek Review, Driftwood Review, Eclipse, Iowa Review, New South, Northeast Corridor, Quercus Review, Reed Magazine, Santa Clara Review, Spout, Storyglossia
He won the Bomb magazine annual fiction award and the Arthur Edelstein Prize for Short Fiction. He has been a finalist in contests held by the Iowa Review, Boulevard, Crazyhorse, Arts & Letters, The Cincinnati Review, Washington Square Review, Phoebe, and Night Train, among others.
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Listing last updated: May 20, 2011