From Modernism Lab Essays
Steven Hobbs recently received his M.F.A. degree in creative writing from The New School in New York City. His concentration was fiction, and his thesis was a novel about failed faith healers, family, false hope, and Food Lion grocery stores converted into churches. At Yale, Steven is a graduate student of religion and literature. Along with working on his own novels and short stories, he intends to explore the ways in which religion influences and informs the writing of fiction, and the ways in which the writing of fiction influences and informs religion.
Articles by Steven Hobbs on the Modernism Lab Wiki:
Marcel Proust, Swann's Way