WILSON, Robley. American, b. 1930. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Poetry, Literary criticism and history. Career: Reporter, Raymond- ville Chronicle, Texas, 1950-51; Asst Publicity Director, New York State Fair, Syracuse, 1956; Instructor, Valparaiso University, Indiana, 1958-63; Asst Professor, 1963-69, Assoc Professor, 1969-75, Professor of English, 1975-99, North American Review, Editor, 1969-2000, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. Guggenheim Fellow, 1983-84; Nicholl Fellow in Screen- writing, 1996. Publications: POETRY: All that Lovemaking, 1961; Returning to the Body, 1977; Kingdoms of the Ordinary, 1987; A Pleasure Tree, 1990; A Walk through the Human Heart, 1996; Everything Paid For, 1999. SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS: The Pleasures of Manhood, 1977; Living Alone, 1978; Dancing for Men, 1983; Terrible Kisses, 1989; The Book of Lost Fathers, 2001. NOVELS: The Victim's Daughter, 1991; Splendid Omens. EDITOR: Three Stances of Modern Fiction, 1972; Four Minute Fictions: 50 Short Stories from the North American Review, 1987; (co) 100% Pure Florida Fiction, 2000. Address: PO Box 4009, Winter Park, FL 32793, U.S.A.