Bill Broun holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of Houston. He is Associate Professor of English at East Stroudsburg University. Broun spent years as a news reporter, music journalist, and news editor in Texas. He was employed as a copyeditor at a host of British newspapers and magazines. His own writing has appeared in the Washington Post, New York Times, the Times (London), the Times Literary Supplement, and more.
He was appointed a resident fellow at Yale University in 2002, where he lectured in fiction writing, advanced composition, and journalism for four years. His short fiction, which often explores the lives of the urban underclass and “working poor,” has appeared in journals such as the Indiana Review, Kenyon Review, and Open City. Broun lives in Hellertown, Pennsylvania. Night of the Animals is his first novel. Click HERE for his website.
The Notations Series is presented by the Lehigh University Creative Writing Program, Visiting Lecturers Committee and Zoellner Arts Center with support from an Anonymous Donor.
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