Richard Froude

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Froude, MFA, PhD
  • Fiction
  • Hybrid
  • Nonfiction
  • Poetry
Richard Froude, MFA, PhD

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Richard Froude has written three books: FABRIC (Horse Less Press, 2011), The Passenger (Skylight Press, 2012) and Tarnished Mirrors: Translations of Charles Baudelaire (Muffled Cry Editions, 2004). His writing has appeared (or is forthcoming) in several publications including Conjunctions, Witness, Diagram, Tarpaulin Sky, The Denver Quarterly, Bombay Gin, The Sycamore Review. He has read and performed his work widely - including appearances on public radio in California, Oregon, and Colorado. He holds an MFA from Naropa’s Jack Kerouac School, a PhD in English from the University of Denver as the 2010-11 Evan Frankel Fellow, and is the recipient of the 2013 Wabash Prize for Nonfiction, selected by Cheryl Strayed. He has taught MFA students at the Kerouac School's Summer Writing Program since 2011, alongside various nonfiction, memoir, and hybrid/experimental forms workshops at Lighthouse since 2012. He is currently a fourth year medical student at the University of Colorado and is finishing work on his first novel, The Golden Age, as well as a book of essays on the intersections of language, medicine, poetics, and mortality, Kingdom of Ends.

Classes with Richard Froude, MFA, PhD

Recovering Our Stories
Fiction, Nonfiction/Memoir, Poetry

Push Upstairs: Recovering Our Stories

February 18, 2018