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Occupation  Writer
Nationality  American

Name  Matt Bell
Role  Writer
Matt Bell (author) Events Visiting Author Matt Bell Santa Fe University
Genre  Literary fiction, dark fantasy, horror, experimental fiction
Books  In the House Upon the Dirt Between the Lake and the Woods, Cataclysm Baby
Education  Bowling Green State University, Oakland University

Matt Bell (born 1980) is an American writer. He is the author of How They Were Found (2010) and Cataclysm Baby (2012). He studied at Bowling Green State University. In 2012, he took a position as an assistant professor in the English department at Northern Michigan University.

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Bell is the senior editor at Dzanc Books, as well as the founding editor of The Collagist, a monthly online literary magazine. His short fiction has also appeared in numerous literary magazines, including Conjunctions, Hayden's Ferry Review, Gulf Coast, Guernica (magazine), Willow Springs, Unsaid, and American Short Fiction. His stories have been anthologized in The Best American Mystery Stories, Best American Fantasy, and 30 Under 30: an Anthology of Innovative Fiction by Younger Writers.

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How They Were Found was reviewed favorably in The Believer, American Book Review, and The Rumpus. At HTMLGiant, Kyle Minor wrote that "Matt Bell has built a national reputation on his own terms, completely outside the support system of New York publishing, on the strength of his stories and novellas, which are wholly original and singularly his own. He is that rare sort of writer whose work the reader would recognize even if were published anonymously. It is formally daring, high-stakes, languaged-up stuff, and (lucky us!), the best of it has finally been collected at book length."

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