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Author: Gary Fincke

Winner of the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction and the Ohio State University/The Journal Poetry Prize, Gary Fincke has published thirty books of poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction, most recently THE KILLER'S DOG (Elixir Press, 2017), Bringing Back the Bones: New and Selected Poems and A Room of Rain: Stories. His stories have appeared in such periodicals as The Missouri Review, Newsday, The Kenyon Review, Black Warrior Review, and CrazyHorse. He has been twice awarded Pushcart Prizes for his work, recognized by Best American Stories and the O. Henry Prize series, and cited fifteen times in the past eighteen years for a "Notable Essay" in Best American Essays. He is the Charles Degenstein Professor of English and Creative Writing at Susquehanna University.

How Blasphemy Sounds to God
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How Blasphemy Sounds to God

Braddock Avenue Books

Fiction. What saves us? It's a question as old—and as urgent—as humanity itself. With this remarkable book, award-winning poet, essayist, and short story writer Gary Fincke opens an exciting new chapter of his career. Structured as a novel-in-storie...

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The Killer's Dog
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The Killer's Dog

Elixir Press

Fiction. THE KILLER'S DOG by Gary Fincke, a collection of short stories, is the winner of the Elixir Press Fiction Award. Michael Czyzniejewski had this to say about it: "Gary Fincke has always displayed the knack for finding the unusual, the intrep...

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