|Nationality American||Name Harold Jaffe|
|Born July 8, 1938 (age 77)
New York, New York (1938-07-08) |
Occupation Novelist, essayist, editor, professor
Education Ph.D, English and American Literature
Alma mater Grinnell College (undergraduate studies) New York University (graduate studies)
Notable awards Pushcart Prize (three), National Endowment for the Arts Grant in Fiction (two), California Arts Council Grant in Fiction
Harold jaffe anti twitter talks at google
Harold Jaffe (born July 8, 1942) is an American writer of novels, short fiction, drama and essays. He is the author of 26 books, including 14 collections of fiction, four novels and two volumes of essays. He is also the editor of the literary-cultural journal Fiction International. His works have been translated into 15 languages, including German, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, French, Turkish, Dutch, Czech, and Serbo-Croatian. Jaffe is also a Professor of Creative Writing, English and Comparative Literature at San Diego State University.
- Harold jaffe anti twitter talks at google
- Docufiction collections
- Fiction collections
- Essay collections
Jaffe’s fiction has appeared in such journals as Mississippi Review; City Lights Review; Paris Review; New Directions in Prose and Poetry; Chicago Review; Chelsea; Fiction;Central Park; Witness; Black Ice; Minnesota Review;Boundary 2; ACM; Black Warrior Review; Cream City Review; Two Girls’Review; and New Novel Review. His fictions have also been anthologized in Pushcart Prize; Best American Stories; Best of American Humor; Storming the Reality Studio; American Made; Avant Pop: Fiction for a Daydreaming Nation; After Yesterday’s Crash: The Avant-Pop Anthology; Bateria and Am Lit (Germany);Borderlands (Mexico); Praz (Italy); Positive (Japan); and elsewhere.
The 2004 issue of The Journal of Experimental Fiction called “The Literary Terrorism of Harold Jaffe” was devoted to his writings.