Richard Holeton is author of widely-exhibited electronic and multimedia literature including the critically-recognized hypertext novel Figurski at Findhorn on Acid, available on the web in a 20th-anniversary archival edition from the Electronic Literature Lab, Washington State University, and recently adapted as a radio play. His award-winning and Pushcart-nominated stories have appeared in Indiana Review, Mississippi Review, ZYZZYVA, F(r)iction, and Cult Magazine, among other journals. His work has earned fellowships from MacDowell, the National Endowment for the Arts, Dora Maar House, the California Arts Council, and the Henfield Foundation Transatlantic Review Award. A former writing teacher and administrator at Stanford University, he lives near Half Moon Bay, California. More information is available at richardholeton.org.
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