John has a set of linked stories, MOVIEOLA! out now. Blurbs came from David Shields, Sam Lipsyte, and others, and the stories appeared in Conjunctions, The Collagist, and elsewhere. See the Events page.
BBC Culture named MOVIEOLA! one of "ten books to devour" this summer. The Rumpus called it "feverishly exuberant," and Entropy a "fascination." More good notice came at Grub Street and Largehearted Boy.
Dzanc also brought out John's 2014 selection of essays and criticism, The Sea-God's Herb. Featuring work from the New York Times and elsewheres, the subjects range from novels and poetry to visual arts and TV.
Publishers' Weekly called Sea-God's Herb "poetic" and "fascinating;" Brooklyn Rail called it "important" and "provocative." There were interviews in The Believer and elsewhere. For more, see the Books page.
John's first four titles are in electronic editions on Dzanc: two story collections and two novels. All formats are available. Bedlam, John's first book, includes a new author's preface and two stories previously uncollected
John did the translation of Tullio Pironti's memoir, Books & Rough Business, which received wide notice in Italy.
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John is always glad to hear from readers and thinkers: email@example.com
He has won awards in all genres, with fiction in Paris Review and non-fiction in The New York Times. The Times praised his work as "dreamlike... grabs hold of both reader and character," and Alan Cheuse, of NPR's "All Things Considered," described it as "witty and biting."
John's grants include an NEA Fellowship and an Iowa Major Artist Award. He has taught at Harvard, Northwestern, and elsewhere, and makes his home in Des Moines.
Photo credit: Camille Renee.