Alumni Reading Series
With fiction writer David Armstrong
UNLV's Rogers Literature & Law (RLL) 101
Wednesday, February 1, 7 p.m

David Armstrong

David Armstrong's story collections are Going Anywhere, winner of the Leapfrog Press Fiction Prize, and Reiterations, winner of the New American Fiction Prize (forthcoming in 2017). Most recently his long story, “Missives from the Green Campaign,” was chosen by Brian Evenson as winner of the Omnidawn Fabulist Fiction Chapbook Contest (to be published as a standalone chapbook by Omnidawn in Fall 2017).

Individually, his stories have appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Narrative Magazine, Mississippi Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, Desert Companion Magazine, Best of Ohio Short Stories, and elsewhere. His short fiction has won the Mississippi Review Prize, Yemassee's William Richey Short Fiction Contest, the New South Writing Contest, and Jabberwock Review's Prize for Fiction, among other awards. He is a professor of creative writing at the University of the Incarnate Word, and lives with his wife and son in San Antonio, Texas.

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