Matt Briggs


Location Seattle
Occupation Writer / Technical Writer
Website http://www.finalstatepress.com/mattbriggs

Books by Matt Briggs
  • by Matt Briggs
    Clear Cut Press, 2005.

  • by Ava Chin
    McGraw-Hill, 2002.

  • by Peter Donahue
    University of Washington Press, 2004-05.

  • by Matt Briggs
    Final State Press, 2012.

  • by Matt Briggs
    Final State Press, 2012.

  • by Matt Briggs
    Final State Press, 2012.

  • by Matt Briggs
    Final State Press, 2012.

  • by Matt Briggs
    Final State Press, 2012.
  • About Me

    I live near Seattle where I review books, write books, and go hiking from time to time.

    Why do you write?

    Coffee.

    Any favorite authors? Books?

    Janet Frame, Kevin Sampsell (A Common Pornography), Gary Lutz (Stories in the Worst Way), Flannery O'Connor, Borges, Kafka, Faulkner, Willie Smith (Oedipus Cadet), HL Davis (Honey in the Horn), Ken Kesey (Sometimes a Great Notion), Peter Elbow (Writing without Teachers), Iris Murdoch (The Sea, The Sea), Lee Williams (After Nirvana), Matthew McIntosh (Well), Christine Schutt, Margaret Atwood, Nabokov, Malcolm Lowry (Under the Volcano), Georges Perec (Species of Spaces)

    Matt Briggs's Wall

    Franklin Goodish – Nov 13, 2009

    Thanks for looking past my initially annoying comments. Your response was quite insightful and interesting.

    Much appreciate the close read of my latest piece.

    Justin Dobbs – Dec 27, 2008

    I edited my window story a little and added some things, though not necessarily in the way that you might prefer.

    Meghan Austin – Oct 24, 2008

    Yeah, there was a massive Seattle to Chicago migration in 2002. We would've taken more people, but Paula's car was full of cats. Can you send us some coffee?

    Meghan Austin – Oct 23, 2008

    Hi! I haven't seen that cartoon. Is it better than the Snorks?

    Tim Elhajj – Oct 21, 2008

    This place seems pretty cool. I like the look and feel. Thanks for the invite!

    Gail Siegel – Sep 07, 2008

    Under the Volcano. Such a great book. I tried to read it when I was 30 and couldn't. Ten years later, I couldn't put it down.

    Jürgen Fauth – Sep 06, 2008

    Hey Matt! Now I remember why your name is so familiar: http://www.mississippireview.com/2001/briggs-trap.html

    Great to see you here.

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