In This Installment of Access the Experts
UNO Writer’s Workshop Program Coordinator Kevin Clouther answers the question: “What's the best way for a new writer to get started?”
Clouther is a prolific and experienced writer whose stories have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, The Greensboro Review, Gulf Coast, J Journal, and The New Orleans Review among other journals, and he has contributed essays to The Millions, NPR, Poets & Writers, Salon, and Tin House.
He holds degrees from the University of Virginia and Iowa Writers’ Workshop and is the recipient of the Richard Yates Fiction Award and Gell Residency Award.
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