Norman Rush was raised in Oakland, California, and graduated from Swarthmore College in 1956. He has been an antiquarian book dealer, a college instructor, and, with his wife Elsa, he lived and worked in Africa from 1978 to 1983. They now reside in Rockland County, New York. His stories have appeared in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, and Best American Short Stories. Whites, a collection of stories, was published in 1986, and his first novel, Mating, the recipient of the National Book Award, was published in 1991. He is also the author of the novels Mortals and Subtle Bodies. (added from Random House)
Object Lessons: The Paris Review Presents the Art of the Short Story (Introduction; Contributor) 194 copies, 9 reviews
The Ruins of Earth (Contributor) 137 copies, 2 reviews
The Best American Short Stories 1984 (Contributor) 94 copies
The Best American Short Stories 1985 (Contributor) 53 copies
The Literary Lover: Great Stories of Passion and Romance (Contributor) 45 copies, 1 review
Bad Moon Rising (Contributor) 23 copies
The Best American Short Stories 1971 (Contributor) 19 copies
The Paris Review 84 1982 Summer (Contributor) 6 copies, 1 review
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