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Walter Cummins has published seven short story collections-Witness, Where We Live, Local Music, The End of the Circle, The Lost Ones, Habitat: stories of bent realism, Telling Stories: Old and New. His nonfiction collections are Knowing Writers, Death Cancer Madness Meaning, and Irresponsible and Maladjusted. More than 100 of his stories, as well as memoirs, essays, and reviews, have appeared in magazines such as Kansas Quarterly, Virginia Quarterly Review, Under the Sun, Confrontation, Bellevue Literary Review, Connecticut Review, The Laurel Review, Other Voices, Georgetown Review, Contrary, Sonora Review, Abiko Quarterly, Weber Studies, Midwest Quarterly, West Branch, South Carolina Review, Crosscurrents, Crescent Review, The MacGuffin, in book collections, and on the Web. He is co-publisher of Serving House Books. For more than twenty years, he was editor of The Literary Review. He teaches in Fairleigh Dickinson University’s MFA and MA in Creative Writing Programs.
Walter Cummins, Thomas E. Kennedy: From Pantyhose to Spandex: Writers on the Job Redux
Walter Cummins, Thomas E. Kennedy: Our Literary Travels
Walter Cummins, Thomas E. Kennedy, Editors: The Book of Worst Meals
Walter Cummins, Thomas E. Kennedy, Editors: Runnin’ Around: The Serving House Book of Infidelity
Walter Cummins, Thomas E. Kennedy, Editors: The Girl with Red Hair
Walter Cummins, Local Music
Steve Kowit: This Unspeakably Marvelous Life
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