Richard Bausch

novelist and short-story writer

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Author of several novels and collections of stories, Richard Rausch is the 2012 winner of the REA award for Short Fiction and the 2004 winner of the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in the Short Story. He is a professor in the writing program at Chapman University.

Richard Bausch on KCRW

Has the feeling of doom become our weather? If so, Richard Bausch says he contends with contemporary life by writing about people coping with loss and sorrow.

Richard Bausch: Living in the Weather of the World

Has the feeling of doom become our weather? If so, Richard Bausch says he contends with contemporary life by writing about people coping with loss and sorrow.

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