B.J. Hollars

B.J. Hollars is a writer and professor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

B.J. Hollars is the author of several books, most recently From the Mouths of Dogs: What Our Pets Teach Us About Life, Death, and Being Human, as well as a collection of essays, This Is Only A Test. Additionally, he has also written Thirteen Loops: Race, Violence and the Last Lynching in America, Opening the Doors: The Desegregation of the University of Alabama and the Fight for Civil Rights in Tuscaloosa, Dispatches from the Drownings: Reporting the Fiction of Nonfiction, and Sightings. Next year, Flock Together: A Love Affair With Extinct Birds will be published by the Univ. of Nebraska Press. Hollars serves as a mentor for Creative Nonfiction, the reviews editor for Pleiades, and a contributing blogger for Brain,Child and Michigan Quarterly Review. In addition, he is the founder of the Chippewa Valley Writers Guild. An associate professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, he lives a simple existence with his wife, their children, and their dog.

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