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Mark Spitzer, novelist,
poet, essayist and literary translator, grew up in Minneapolis where
he earned his Bachelor's degree at the University of Minnesota in 1990.
He then moved to the Rockies, where he earned his Master's in Creative
Writing from the University of Colorado. After living on the road for
some time, he found himself in Paris, as Writer in Residence for three
years at the bohemian bookstore Shakespeare and Company, where he translated
French criminals and misanthropes. In 1997 he moved to Louisiana, became
Assistant Editor of the legendary lit journal Exquisite Corpse,
and earned an MFA from Louisiana State University. After teaching Creative
Writing and Lit for five years at Truman State University, he is now
a professor of Writing at the University of Central Arkansas, where
he is the Editor of Toad Suck Review (toadsuckreview.org).
Spitzer is also a gar-nut; the photo below (Spitzer on the left, Jeremy
Wade on the right) is from the "Alligator Gar" episode of
the Animal Planet series River Monsters. This six-foot-eight
120-pound fatty was caught on the Trinity River in Texas. Spitzer is
the official Nebraska state record holder for the yellow bullhead.
Books in Print.
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