Kevin Brockmeier

Kevin Brockmeier

Kevin John Brockmeier (born 1972) is an American writer of fantasy and literary fiction. His short stories have been printed in numerous publications and he has published two collections of stories, two children's novels, and two fantasy novels. Brockmeier, who was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, is a graduate of Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School (1991) and Southwest Missouri State University (1995). He taught at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, where he received his MFA in 1997, and lives in Little Rock.

Brockmeier has won three O. Henry Prizes, the Chicago Tribune's Nelson Algren Award for Short Fiction, Italo Calvino Short Fiction Award and several and the Booker Worthen Literary Prize and the Porter Fund Literary Prize.


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Speculative Fiction Novels (7)
2011  The Illumination
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2008  The View from the Seventh Layer
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2006  The Brief History of the Dead
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2006  Grooves: A Kind of Mystery
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2003  The Truth About Celia
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2002  Things That Fall from the Sky
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2002  City of Names
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