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David Guterson(born May 4, 1956) is anAmericannovelist, short story writer, poet, journalist, and essayist.He attended the University of Washington where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English literature and a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing.Guterson is als a Guggenheim Fellow.
Before writing professionally, Guterson worked as a teacher for 12 years. It was during his teaching career that Guterson began to publish stories and essays in small magazines and periodicals.Published in 1989, his first book, The Country Ahead of Us, the Country Behind was a collection of short stories set mostly in the Pacific Northwest. His second book, Family Matters: Why Homeschooling Makes Sense, was published in 1992 and contained essays on family and education.
Guterson is best known as the author of Snow Falling on Cedars (1994), recipient of the 1995 PEN/Faulkner Award.
Guterson married at age 23 and has four children. Currently, he lives on Bainbridge Island in Puget Sound, and is a co-founder of Field's End, an organization for writers.
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To see David Guterson's bibliography, click here or scroll to the bottom of the page.
David Guterson Bibliography
·The Country Ahead of Us, the Country Behind: Stories (1989)
·Family Matters: Why Homeschooling Makes Sense (1992)