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Robert Dunn (born 1950) is the author of four musical novels, Pink Cadillac (2001), Cutting Time (2003), Soul Cavalcade (2005), Meet the Annas (2007), and Look at Flower (2011). The novels are published under Dunn's own independent publishing company, Coral Press, located in New York City. His novel 'The Sting Rays' is available online at Electron Press.
Total Books: 86
Dunn has won an O. Henry Prize for his short story "Hopeless Acts Performed Properly, With Grace." He has also written for The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The New York Times Book Review, The Sewanee Review, Omni Magazine, the Mississippi Review, and Mother Jones.
He was born in Santa Monica, Calif., and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley. From 1976 to '82, he was on the editorial staff of The New Yorker magazine. In 1982, he spent a residency at the artists' colony Yaddo. For the final three years of the novelist Bernard Malamud's life (1983—86) Dunn was his literary assistant.
Dunn currently teaches fiction writing at The New School in New York City and has taught at Dickinson College in the past. At The New School, he taught the first on-line fiction writing class through their innovative Dial Program and set the model for classes that followed. His musical group, Thin Wild Mercury, plays often in NYC and was a regular act at CBGB before its closing. Additionally, Dunn works as a copyreader at Sports Illustrated.