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PHIL CONDON

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PHIL CONDON is a fiction writer, the author of River Street: A Novella and Stories (1994); Clay Center (2004), a novel largely set in Omaha that won the Faulkner Society award in New Orleans in 2001, much of which is set in Omaha; and Montana Surround: Land, Water, Nature, & Place (2004), which has a foreword by William Kittredge. He grew up in Omaha, graduating from Central High School, and worked at a variety of odd jobs, including bricklaying, before enrolling at Southwest Missouri State in Springfield. He holds the MA in creative writing from the University of Montana, where he teaches. He has published in Georgia Review, Epoch, Manila, New Letters, and Sewanee Review He received an NEA fellowship in 1993.



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