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Christopher M. Hood

A graduate of UC Irvine’s MFA program, Christopher M. Hood is the director of the Creative Writing Program at the Dalton School. He has published short fiction and essays in various literary journals. The Revivalists is his first novel. He lives in the New York area with his wife and daughter.
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