Joseph Daniel Haske

Joseph Daniel Haske is a writer, critic, and scholar, whose debut novel, North Dixie Highway, was released in October 2013. His fiction appears in journals such as Boulevard, Fiction International, the Texas Review, the Four Way Review, Pleiades, Plots with Guns, and in the Chicago Tribune’s literary supplement, Printers Row. His poetry and fiction are also featured in several anthologies as well as in French, Romanian, and Canadian publications. Haske serves as an editor for various literary venues, including Sleipnir and American Book Review.


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Memory and Place: A Conversation with Saikat Majumdar
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