David H. Lynn

David Lynn has been the editor of The Kenyon Review since 1994. A new collection of his short stories, Year of Fire, was published by Harcourt in December 2005. He is also the author of the novel Wrestling with Gabriel, Fortune Telling, a collection of stories, and The Hero’s Tale: Narrators in the Early Modern Novel, a critical study. His stories and essays have appeared in magazines and journals in America, England, India, and Australia. David Lynn lives in Gambier, Ohio with his wife, Wendy Singer, and their two children, Aaron and Elizabeth. He is a Professor of English at Kenyon College.

Books by David Lynn


YEAR OF FIRE
New York : Harcourt, Inc., 2005. 276 p.

In these nineteen stories, David H. Lynn presents a vivid tapestry of human experience. From India to England, California to Detroit, we see the way in which people’s lives and ambitions inevitably collide.


WRESTLING WITH GABRIEL
Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2002. 330 p.

Set against a backdrop of industrial and moral decay, Wrestling with Gabriel offers a gripping tale about the search for truth and justice.


FORTUNE TELLING
Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon University Press, 1998. 221 p.

“In these fine, first collection of character-driven stories Lynn…presents complicated situations from modern life.”—From the Library Journal review of Fortune Telling


THE HERO’S TALE: NARRATORS IN THE EARLY MODERN NOVEL
New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1989. 123 p.

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