Gregory Spatz

Gregory Spatz’s short stories have appeared in The New Yorker, The New England Review, Kenyon Review, Santa Monica Review, Glimmer Train Stories, Post Road Magazine, and in many other journals. His most recent book publications are What Could Be Saved (connected novellas and stories), Inukshuk (novel), and Half as Happy (short stories). He’s the recipient of fellowships from the NEA and the Washington State Artist Trust, and winner of a Washington State Book Award. He directs and teaches in the MFA program at Eastern Washington University. More at: