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John J. Clayton

The stories of John J. Clayton (author page at Amazon) have been published in many major periodicals and reprinted in O. Henry Prize Stories, The Best American Short Stories, and Pushcart Prize Stories. The new collection, his fourth, is Many Seconds into the Future (Texas Tech University Press, 2014). He has also published four novels, most recently Mitzvah Man (Texas Tech, 2011), which recently received the Bronze Award from the Book of the Year Awards in Literary Adult Fiction. His second story collection, Radiance, won the Ohio State University award in short fiction and was a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award. Its title story, “The Man Who Could See Radiance,” was read at Symphony Space in New York and has been aired several times on NPR as part of the Selected Shorts series. He has written a good deal about modern fiction, including Saul Bellow: In Defense of Man and Gestures of Healing, a psychological study of modern British and American fiction. Since 2000 hes taught part-time at Umass, at Mt. Holyoke College, and at Hampshire College. But most of his time has been spent writing fiction. He lives with his wife, Sharon Dunn, just outside Amherst, Massachusetts. Visit him at www.johnjclayton.com. (updated 4/2015)

His AGNI Online story “Light at the End of the Tunnel” was named one of the Top Ten Online Stories of 2005 by storySouth.

AGNI has published the following work by John J. Clayton:

A Deeper Music
Fantasy for a Friday Afternoon
Fishman
History Lessons
I’m Here, You’re There
In Those Days
Light at the End of the Tunnel
The Man Who Could See Radiance


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