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Adam Braver

Adam Braver, M.F.A.
Associate Professor of Creative Writing; Writer-in-Residence, University Library

B.A. Vermont College at Norwich University
MFA Goddard College

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Adam Braver holds the title of RWU Writer-in-Residence. He is the author of five novels (Mr. Lincoln’s Wars, Divine Sarah, Crows Over the Wheatfield, November 22 1963, and Misfit). He also co-edited the nonfiction book, The Madrid Conversations (with former RWU student Molly Gessford), a full-length interview with formerly imprisoned Cuban journalist Normando Hernández Gonzalez. His books have been selected for the Barnes and Noble Discover New Writers program, Borders' Original Voices series, the IndieNext list, and twice for the Book Sense list, as well as having been translated into Italian, Japanese, Turkish, and French. Braver's fiction and essays have appeared in journals such as Daedalus, Ontario Review, Cimarron Review, Water-Stone Review, Harvard Review, Tin House, The Normal School, West Branch, The Pinch, and Post Road.