Doug Bauer

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Bauer’s novels are The Book of Famous Iowans; The Very Air; and Dexterity. He has also published three works of non-fiction: What Happens Next? Matters of Life and Death; Prairie City, Iowa; and The Stuff of Fiction. He’s edited the anthologies, Prime Times: Writers on Television and Death by Pad Thai and Other Unforgettable Meals. He has received fellowships in both fiction and creative non-fiction from the National Endowment for the Arts. He holds a Doctor of Arts from the State University of New York at Albany and a B.A. in journalism from Drake University. He has taught, among other places, at Harvard, Rice University, and Smith College. Bauer has taught at Bennington since 2005.

dbauer@bennington.edu
Office: Barn 232
Phone: x4390
Office Hours: T 4-5pm,  W 4-5:30pm,  Th 3-4:30pm
Website: douglasbauer.com

 

Recent Courses:

Fall 2014:
Fitzgerald and Hemingway
How to Read a Story
Honors Seminar: Map to a Masterpiece