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RICHARD DUGGIN

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RICHARD DUGGIN was raised in New England, but has lived in Omaha for that past thirty-six years or so. He holds a bachelor's degree in literature and writing from the University of New Hampshire, the MFA degree in fiction writing from the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop, and he has published a novel, The Music Box Treaty, and fiction in numerous periodicals. He is the founder of the UNOmaha Writer's Workshop, a BFA degree program in creative writing housed within the College of Fine Arts, one of the few such programs in the country. His work has been cited by Best American Short Stories, Pushcart Prize Anthology, and Playboy Magazine Best Fiction. He received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, two Nebraska Arts Council Merit Awards, and has been awarded several artist's residencies at Ragdale and Yaddo. He has recently completed a second novel, Woman Refusing to Leave, a two-act stage play, Private Matters, and he is currently at work on a third novel, Snipehunters. An occasional actor, he has performed in a number Omaha theater productions, including Taming of the Shrew, Our Town, Dancing at Lughnasa, and Hold Me.



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