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Roger Pincus

Author's Bio

Roger Pincus's short stories appear in the publications listed below and elsewhere. He holds an MFA degree in fiction from George Mason University, is an Assistant Editor at Fifth Wednesday Journal, and is a Fiction Editor at Prick of the Spindle.

Publications and Prizes

(Short) Fiction Collective, 5923 Quarterly, Best Fiction, Cave Scribbles, Fifth Wednesday Journal, Front Porch Review, Jelly Bucket, Kestrel, Natural Bridge, Pif Magazine, SNReview, Sou'wester, The Brooklyner, The Ranfurly Review, The South Carolina Review, Word Riot
Finalist, 2011 St. Lawrence Book Award, for short story collection, *Waking up in the Dark*; Short story, "Convenience," selected as a Distinguished Story in *Best American Mystery Stories 2012*

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now:
Burning Bright by Ron Rash
Favorite Books:
David Bezmozgis, Natasha and Other Stories; John Biguenet, The Torturer's Apprentice; The Stories of John Cheever; Ernest Hemingway, The Complete Short Stories; Jonathan Lethem, Motherless Brooklyn; Leonard Michaels, The Collected Stories; Flannery O'Connor, The Complete Stories; Philip Roth, Goodbye, Columbus; Jose Saramago, Blindness; Jose Saramago, The Double; Peter Taylor, The Collected Stories; Peter Taylor, The Old Forest and Other Stories; Tobias Wolff, Our Story Begins
Favorite Authors:
David Bezmozgis, John Biguenet, T.C. Boyle, John Cheever, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Leonard Michaels, Flannery O'Connor, Jose Saramago, Gary Shteyngart, Peter Taylor, Jean Thompson, Tobias Wolff

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Listing last updated: July 25, 2016

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New York, NY
Raised in:
New York, NY

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