Lost and Found: Stories


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5.0 X 0.64 X 8.0 inches | 0.69 pounds
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About the Author

Mark Hummel's fiction, poetry, and essays have regularly appeared in a variety of literary journals for more than twenty years including such publications as The Bloomsbury Review, Dogwood, Fugue, Talking River Review, Weber: The Contemporary West, and Zone 3. He is author of the novel In the Chameleon's Shadow. After earning undergraduate and graduate degrees in English, which included study under the mentorship of John Edgar Wideman, Robert Roripaugh, and Donald Murray, Hummel taught fiction, creative nonfiction, and environmental studies at the University of Northern Colorado for nearly two decades. He has also taught at the University of Wyoming, at an independent high school in Jackson, Wyoming, and from the faculty ranks of several writers' conferences. Hummel founded and directed the Rosenberry Writers' Conference for its first seven years, ran a well-known Colorado lecture series, and administrated the writing minor at the University of Northern Colorado for several years. He is the founding editor of the nonfiction magazine bioStories, which operates under the masthead: "sharing the extraordinary in ordinary lives." He also works as a writing coach and editor through his business theWordwright. A native of Wyoming, Hummel lives in Montana's beautiful Flathead Valley.