David Michael Kaplan
Pen Name: None
Born: 1946 in New York, New York
Kaplan lives in Chicago and teaches creative writing at Loyola University.
Biographical and Professional Information
David Michael Kaplan is an associate professor of English at Loyola University in Chicago, where he directs the creative writing program. He has written award-winning short stories that are compiled in his book, Comfort. The book begins with a piece entitled "Doe Season," which was selected as one of the best American short stories of 1985.
- Comfort, Viking, 1987
- Skating in the Dark, Pantheon Books, 1991
- Revision, A Creative Approach to Writing and Rewriting Fiction, Story Press, 1997
Titles at Your Library
Comfort (Contemporary American fiction)
Release Date: 1988-04-02
Skating in the Dark
Release Date: 1992-08-09
Revision: A Creative Approach to Writing and Rewriting Fiction
Release Date: 1997-03
Nelson Algren Award for Short Fiction, 1999, for Bamboo.
"Doe Season" was selected as one of the Best American Short Stories of 1985.
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