Michael C. White is the author of six previous novels: Beautiful Assassin (Harper Collins, 2010), which won the 2011 Connecticut Book Award for Fiction; Soul Catcher, which was a Booksense and Historical Novels Review selection, as well as a finalist for the Connecticut Book Award; A Brother’s Blood, a New York Times Book Review Notable Book and a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers nominee; The Blind Side of the Heart, an Alternate Book-of-the-Month Club selection; A Dream of Wolves, which received starred reviews from Booklist and Publisher’s Weekly; and The Garden of Martyrs, also a Connecticut Book Award finalist. A collection of his short stories, Marked Men, was published by the University of Missouri Press.
He has also published over 50 short stories in national magazines and journals, and has won the Advocate Newspapers Fiction Award. The founding editor of the yearly fiction anthology American Fiction as well as the magazine Dogwood, White is the founder and director of Fairfield University’s low-residency MFA Creative Writing Program.
He lives in Madison, Connecticut, with his wife Reni and their two Labs, Henry and Falstaff. He writes in a converted chicken coop in the woods behind his house.
Jeremy lives in Los Angeles.