Tom Spanbauer

Tom
Spanbauer

Tom Spanbauer grew up on a farm twelve miles outside Pocatello, Idaho. He received his BA in English Literature from Idaho State University. Tom served two years in the Peace Corps in Kenya, East Africa. While waiting tables at Café Un Deux Trois and Odeon and being a super of five buildings on East Fifth Street he studied at Columbia University. In 1988 he received his MFA from Columbia in Fiction. Tom settled in Portland, Oregon, where he teaches Dangerous Writing in the basement of his house. His novels include The Man Who Fell in Love With The Moon, In The City of Shy Hunters, and Now Is The Hour.

Tom Spanbauer grew up on a farm twelve miles outside Pocatello, Idaho. He received his BA in English Literature from Idaho State University. Tom served two years in the Peace Corps in Kenya, East Africa. While waiting tables at Café Un Deux Trois and Odeon and being a super of five buildings on East Fifth Street he studied at Columbia University. In 1988 he received his MFA from Columbia in Fiction. Tom settled in Portland, Oregon, where he teaches Dangerous Writing in the basement of his house. His novels include The Man Who Fell in Love With The Moon, In The City of Shy Hunters, and Now Is The Hour.

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