Peter Selgin

Peter Selgin is the winner of the 2007 Flannery O’Connor Award for Fiction, the Pirate’s Alley William Faulkner Society Prize and three-time finalist and winner at the Eugene O’Neill National Playwright’s Conference.

His drama has been optioned for an off-Broadway show and was a winner of the Mill Mountain New Plays Competitions.

He is the nonfiction editor of the national review Arts & Letters and the prose editor of the journal, Alimentum: The Literature of Food.

He currently lives in Georgia, where he is an assistant professor at Georgia College and State University.

Bibliography

By Cunning & Craft: Practical Wisdom for Fiction Writers, 2007

Drowning Lessons, 2008

Life Goes to the Movies, 2009

179 Ways to Save a Novel, 2010

Confessions of a Left-Handed Man, 2011

The Inventors, 2016

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