Going Dark

Going Dark

by Dennis Must

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BN ID: 2940157000271
Publisher: Coffeetown Press
Publication date: 07/22/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 184
File size: 322 KB

About the Author

Dennis Must is the author of two other short story collections: Oh, Don’t Ask Why, Red Hen Press (2007), and Banjo Grease, Creative Arts Book Company, Berkeley, CA (2000). His first novel, The World’s Smallest Bible, was published by Red Hen Press in March of 2014. His second novel, Hush Now, Don't Explain, was published by Coffeetown Press in October of 2014. His plays have been performed Off Off Broadway, and his fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies and literary reviews. Born and raised in New Castle, Pennsylvania—then a thriving mill town—Dennis graduated in 1956 from Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania. Following two years at Princeton Theological Seminary, he decided against entering the clergy to attend the playwright’s workshop at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Thereafter he taught at various locations in Pittsburgh and then in New York City, while writing, directing and co-producing his own plays with an artist collaborator, the late John Hawkins. Nightmoths, their final production, opened at Westbeth Theatre, Bank Street, Greenwich Village, 1974. After residing briefly in Maine, he and his wife, Aviva, finally settled in Boston in 1978—she to pursue her doctorate and he to seek permanent employment to support a new and growing family. There he co-founded a successful commercial real estate firm, Corporate Space, Inc., where he served as Executive Vice President for over a decade. When the financial downturn occurred in the banking and real estate industry in 1990, the company closed its doors. In addition to writing, teaching, and selling real estate, Dennis Must has been a cabinetmaker, short-order cook, lightning rod installer, florist, bartender, bellhop, and a general laborer in a glass factory, steel mill, on highway construction, and on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Visit him online at www.dennismust.com.

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