Rob Jacklosky

Rob Jacklosky’s comic essays, (“Dispatches from the Napoleonic Wars,” and “Dispatches from the Wings of the ABT”) have appeared for the last couple of years in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. His essay, “A Version of Me on Network T.V.” was chosen by Phillip Lopate as a winner of a WNYC contest. His short stories have appeared in Sonora Review, Sendero, Konundrum Literary Engine Review and The Foghorn Magazine. In 2007, his unpublished novel Nazi in the Living Room was a finalist in the William Faulkner-William Wisdom fiction competition, work-in-progress category. He was a top-15 finalist in the New Century Writers Award for the unpublished first chapters of Cheerio, Idiot.


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