Richard Bausch | KCET
Richard Bausch, a member of Chapman University's English and creative writing faculty, is the author of "Before, During, After," "In the Night Season," "Hello to the Cannibals," and five other novels, including "The Last Good Time," which was made into a movie directed by Bob Balaban.
His stories have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, Esquire, Harper's, and The New Yorker. Bausch has also written eight critically acclaimed collections of short stories, and is editor of the prestigious Norton Anthology of Short Fiction, which just published its eighth edition. He has been honored with two National Magazine Awards, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Lila-Wallace Reader's Digest Fund Writer's Award, and the Award of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
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