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Stace Budzko has an MFA in creative writing from Emerson College where he taught and co-founded the Creative Writers Workshop. During this time, he also served as writer-in-residence at Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Arts, lectured at Emmanuel College, and taught at GrubStreet. He teaches Accelerated Reading and Composition at UC Berkeley.
His fiction and nonfiction appear in New Micro, Great Jones Street, Fiction Attic Press Anthology, Southeast Review, Inch, The Journal of Compressed Arts, Blip, Quiddity, Versal, Bridport Prize Anthology, Upstreet, Necessary Fiction, Prime Number, Norton Anthology of Hint Fiction, Press 53, PANK, Hobart, elimae, The Los Angeles Review, Night Train, The Collagist, Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Flash Fiction, Flash Fiction Forward, Brevity & Echo and elsewhere. The screen adaptations of his stories, “How to Set a House on Fire,” “North End, 2010” and “Why I Don’t Keep a Daily Planner” have garnered numerous honors and awards as well as art and festival showcases. Contact him at stacebudzko.com