Professor, Creative Writing
Sean Bernard (anotherseanbernard.com) serves as fiction editor for Veliz Books and is the Western Region chair and member of the board of directors (2021-2024) for the Association of Writers and Writing Programs. He holds degrees in creative writing from Arizona, Oregon State, and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and has received grants and fellowships from groups including the National Endowment for the Arts, Jentel Artists Foundation, the University of Arizona Poetry Center, and Poets & Writers. His novel Studies in the Hereafter came out in 2015 (Red Hen Press) and his collection Desert sonorous won the 2014 Juniper Prize. His fiction has appeared in numerous journals, including Santa Monica Review, The Common, Crazyhorse, Redivider, Glimmer Train, and The Gettysburg Review.
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