Harrison Blackman is a writer, editor, screenwriter, and journalist. He earned an MFA from the University of Nevada, Reno and graduated from Princeton University. A Fulbright fellow, Harrison’s work has also been supported by grants from the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Truman Library Institute. His writing has appeared in such publications as The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Brooklyn Rail, Literary Hub, The Santa Fe New Mexican, and Ploughshares; he also consults on film and TV projects. He has lectured in Italy, Greece, Cyprus, the United States, and Canada. His work has been published internationally and in Greek translation. Proud member of WGA.
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