Thomas Balázs teaches creative writing, Western humanities, and literature. He also
serves as associate head of the English Department. He is the author of the short-story
collection, Omicron Ceti III (Aqueous Books 2012). His short stories have appeared
in numerous journals, including The North American Review, Soundings East, and The
Southern Humanities Review. His work has also appeared in The Vermont College 25 Anniversary
Fiction Anthology and Robert Olen Butler Prize Anthology 2004. A recipient of a Vermont
Studio Center fellowship, he was awarded the Theodore Christian Hoepfner Award for
best short fiction 2010. His stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Best
New American Voices, and the AWP Intro Journals Project Award. He has also published
scholarly work in The James Joyce Annual.
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