Stephan Clark is the author of Vladimir’s Mustache, a collection of short fiction. His stories and essays have been published in numerous magazines, including Ninth Letter, Cincinnati Review, LA Weekly and Witness, and been recognized as notable in Best of the Web and Best American Essays. A former Fulbright Fellow to Ukraine, he earned his Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing from USC and currently teaches at Augsburg College, in Minneapolis.
Johnson. DeLillo. O'Connor. Singer. Gogol. Nabokov.
Hey Stephan, thanks so much for your comments on "Movie Night." Not surprised at all to hear that you loved that movie but always great to confirm it. And, yeah, I saw another LW commercial last night and immediately vowed to get on the elliptical this morning before work. Curious if you've read "Tree of Smoke." I have more of the DJ collections to read (loved Jesus' Son) and I really liked Tree of Smoke (more than I expected). Cheers, David
"Sad Movies" is such a great title for a book.
I like everything you said about yourself and why you wrote.
I hope you're doing well.
i read quite a few of your things. bad ass.
Stephan! I'm glad you're here.