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Eric Grunwald
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Eric Grunwald is a writer, teacher, translator, and occasional actor in Boston. His fiction, translations, and book reviews have appeared in Partisan Review, Spoiled Ink, AGNI, The MacGuffin, Two Lines, The Boston Sunday Globe, The San Francisco Chronicle, ArtsFuse, and elsewhere. His story “Tomo” will appear in Prick of the Spindle in fall 2012. He was managing editor of the internationally acclaimed literary journal AGNI from 2000 to 2004. He has received grants from the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation (2003) and the St. Botolph’s Club Foundation (2001), as well as fellowships from the Writers’ Room of Boston, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation. He was chair of PEN New England’s Freedom to Write Committee from 2006 to 2008 and ran its prison writing workshops in Massachusetts for three years. He has taught writing, literature, and fiction writing at Suffolk University and ESL at Roxbury Community College and has done manuscript consulting for Grub Street Writers. He now teaches writing and ESL at MIT and Boston University. His work can be seen at www.ericgrunwald.com. (updated 8/2012)

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