David Gillette

Stories West

Recent Short Stories

Facing Wonder World

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Notices

Coming Out Paco

Top 25

Glimmer Train Family Matters Contest 

November/December 2017

Our Span of Three

Honorable Mention

Glimmer Train Fiction Open Contest 

March 2016

Interview 
Discussing my short story
"Frogs" in Rappahannock Review
May 2022 

Pinon Colorado, 1896
Image ©Rimrocker Historical Society
See their site for more history

The Year of Weightless Houses

Honorable Mention

Glimmer Train Fiction Open Contest 

December 2015

Touch Type

Honorable Mention

18th Annual Zeotrope All Story Contest 

December 2014

BIO

I was born in rural Colorado into a family of schoolteachers, ranchers and hard rock miners. I have spent my life in small towns that often serve as the basis for my fiction.

 

We moved all the time as I grew up, and I saw a lot of the country from the window of a car. I still enjoy driving around.

I studied film, anthropology and creative writing at the University of Iowa, then published my first short stories while traveling and working in Europe and Ireland.

I lived in rural Japan for a number of years, returned to the United States for graduate study, then taught at universities in Florida, Japan and Australia. 

 

I now teach interactive narrative design and direct the Liberal Arts and Engineering Studies program at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, California.

 

Recent Short Stories

Facing Wonder World

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CONTACT

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