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About Bryan M. Furuness

Bryan Furuness is an instructor in the English department, where is the advisor for the undergraduate literary magazine, Manuscripts. He is the author of The Lost Episodes of Revie Bryson, a novel. Along with Michael Martone, he is the co-editor of Winesburg, Indiana, an anthology. His fiction has appeared in New Stories from the Midwest and Best American Nonrequired Reading, and elsewhere. He has edited for Booth, On Earth As it Is, Pressgang, and Engine Books.

Positions

Present Instructor, Butler University Department of English
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Curriculum Vitae



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Honors and Awards

  • Midwest Short Fiction Contest, The Laurel Review, for "The Lost Episodes" 2011
  • "Apple for You" Teaching Award, Student Nominated Award, 2010, 2013
  • Tennessee Williams Scholarship in Fiction, Sewanee Writers' Conference, 2010
  • Indiana Author Awards, Finalist for Emerging Author, 2017

Courses

  • EN397: Writing Fellow Course
  • EN310: Creative Writing: Prose
  • EN311: Literary Editing
  • EN710: Research Problems (Thesis)
  • PCA233: Storycraft (Original Flavor and Fanfiction)
  • FYS 101 & 102: First Year Seminar (Seriously Funny, Contemporary Writers, Hunger Project)
  • EN101: English Composition
  • EN219: Introduction to Creative Writing
  • EN501: Graduate Fiction Workshop (assisted Susan Neville and Andrew Levy)

Education

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2008 MFA, Warren Wilson College ‐ Creative Writing
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1997 BA, Indiana University
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Contact Information

bfurunes@butler.edu
317/940-9862
Jordan Hall - 305

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Short Fiction (16)

Creative Nonfiction (13)