Huddle, David

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HUDDLE, David. American, b. 1942. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Poetry, Writing/Journalism. Career: University of Vermont, Burlington, instructor to associate professor, 1971-81, professor of English, 1982-. Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, fellow, 1976, 1982; Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, William Raney Fellow in Prose, 1977, faculty member, 1989-; National Endowment for the Arts Fellow in Creative Writing, 1978, 1987; Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury, VT, faculty member, 1979, 1985-; Middlebury College, Vermont, visiting professor, 1981-82. Recipient: James Wright Prize for Poetry, Mid-American Review, 1982. Publications: STORY COLLECTIONS: A Dream with No Stump Roots in It, 1975; Only the Little Bone, 1986; The High Spirits: Stories of Men and Women, 1989; Intimates, 1993; Not: A Trio-A Novella and Two Stories, 2000. POETRY: Paper Boy, 1979; Stopping by Home, 1988; The Nature of Yearning, 1992; Summer Lake: New & Selected Poems, 1999; Grayscale, 2004. NOVELS: The Story of 2 Million Years, 1999; La Tour Dreams of the Wolf Girl, 2002. OTHER: The Writing Habit: Essays on Writing, 1992; A David Huddle Reader (poetry, fiction, and essays), 1994. Address: 34 N Williams St, Burlington, VT 05401, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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