Department of English
February 1, 2011
Rose O'Neill Literary House, 5:30 p.m.
Roy Kesey's fiction has been published in some of the world's most respected literary journals including McSweeney's, The Iowa Review, Kenyon Review, Georgia Review, American Short Fiction, New England Review and New Sudden Fiction. His novella, Nothing in the World, won the Bullfight Short Fiction Prize in 2006, and his short story "Wait" was selected to appear in the Best American Short Stories 2007 collection. Roy's most recent collection of short stories, All Over, was published to critical acclaim. His new novel, Pacazo, set in Peru in the late 1990s, is due out in 2010 from Dzanc Press. Roy is a 1991 graduate of Washington College. He currently lives in Peru.
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