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Author photo by Rose Haynes Touhy
Andrew R. Touhy, a recipient of the San Francisco Browning Society’s Dramatic Monologue Award and Fourteen Hills’s Bambi Holmes Fiction Prize, is also a nominee for inclusion in Best New American Voices.
In 2016 his story manuscript, "The Secret of Mayo," was named the finalist for BOA Editions’s Short Fiction Prize. Work from the collection has appeared in journals such as Conjunctions, New England Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, New American Writing, New Orleans Review, Colorado Review, Eleven Eleven, and The Collagist.
He holds graduate degrees in literature and creative writing and has taught at The Writing Salon, SFSU, Academy of Art, and Ohio University. He is available for manuscript critique, monthly coaching, and as a lecturer and workshop leader for writers' groups.
He lives in Oakland, California with his wife and child.
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