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JOHN MCNALLY

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JOHN MCNALLY is a fiction writer who studied at the University of Nebraska — Lincoln. He is the editor of four fiction anthologies, High Infidelity: 24 Great Stories about Adultery, The Student Body: Short Stories about College Students and Professors, Humor Me: An Anthology of Humor by Writers of Color, and Bottom of the Ninth: Great Contemporary Baseball Short Stories. His stories have appeared in North American Review, Open City, and elsewhere. McNally has won the Jenny McKean Moore Fellowship at George Washington University, a Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing fellowship, a James Michener fellowship, and a scholarship from the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. His first collection of short fiction, Troublemakers, won the John Simmons Short Fiction Award and has been published by the University of Iowa Press. In 2001, Troublemakers won the Nebraska Book Award for fiction. His most recent book is The Book of Ralph (Free Press, 2004). He is an assistant professor at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC, where he lives with his wife, Amy Knox Brown, and their many animals.


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