Gregory Spatz

Gregory Spatz’s most recent book publications are the novel Inukshuk, the short story collection Half as Happy, and the forthcoming collection of linked stories and novellas What Could Be Saved (2019). His stories have appeared in The New Yorker, New England Review, Kenyon Review, Santa Monica Review, ZYZZYVA, Epoch, Glimmer Train Stories, and elsewhere. Recipient of an NEA Literature Fellowship and a Washington State Book Award, he teaches in and directs the MFA program for creative writing at Eastern Washington University.

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