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Robert Bausch

 

Robert Bausch was born in Georgia, at the end of World War II, and was raised in the Washington, D.C., area. He was educated at George Mason University, earning a B.A., an M.A., and an M.F.A., and he says he has been a writer all his life. He spent time in the military teaching survival, and worked his way through college. Since 1975, Bausch has been a college professor, teaching creative writing, American literature, world literature, humanities, philosophy, and expository writing. He has taught at the University of Virginia, American University, George Mason University, The Johns Hopkins University, and The Writer’s Center. For the balance of his career he has been teaching at Northern Virginia Community College. He has also been a director on the board of the Pen Faulkner Foundation. In 2009 he was awarded the John Dos Passos Prize in Literature.
— Written by James Gilford for robertbausch.org

 Work by Robert Bausch:

Almighty Me: A Novel
The Lives of Riley Chance: A Novel

The White Rooster & Other Stories

On the Way Home

A Hole in the Earth
The Gypsy Man
Out of Season