Nebraska Authors

Richard Duggin

Born Wellesley, MA (USA)

Places Lived

Wellesley, MA
Durham, NH
Iowa City, IA
Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction

Keywords

Fiction;

Education

Bachelor's degree in English, 1961, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
Master's degree in Fine Arts in Fiction Writing, University of Iowa Writing Workshop, Iowa City, IA

Occupation

Professor of Creative Writing, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, NE
Founder of the University of Nebraska, Omaha Writer's Workshop
Actor

Places Worked

University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, NE

Honors

John H. Ames Reading Series, Featured Reader, 15 January 1987
He has won fiction awards from Playboy and Kansas Quarterly
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship
Has been cited in Best American Short Stories and the Pushcart Prize Anthology for his work
Nominated for the Flannery O'Connor Short Fiction Award from the University of Georgia Press

Bibliography

Music Box Treaty. 1982.
Why Won't You Talk to Me?. 2011.

He has published a number of short stories in such magazines as:
Playboy
Crosscurrents
Kansas Quarterly
Beliot Fiction Journal
Laurel Review

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