William J. Cobb is a novelist, essayist, and short fiction writer whose work has been published in The New Yorker, The Mississippi Review, The Antioch Review, and many others. He's the author of five books of fiction: three novels—The Fire Eaters (W.W. Norton 1994), Goodnight, Texas (Unbridled Books 2006), and The Bird Saviors (Unbridled Books 2012)—and two books of stories, The White Tattoo (Ohio State UP 2002) and The Lousy Adult (Johns-Hopkins UP 2013). He has reviewed books for the Dallas Morning News, the Houston Chronicle, and the New York Times, and lives in Pennsylvania and Colorado.
Areas of Specialization
- Creative Writing
Fiction and Creative Nonfiction