I’m excited to welcome Seth Fischer to the Writing Workshops Los Angeles faculty! Seth writes both fiction and nonfiction, and he sports a very pleasing blonde beard. Check out his bio and photo below, and stay tuned to hear about the class he will be teaching this summer. Good to have you, Seth!
Seth Fischer has been writing since he was five, when he hijacked his mom’s old Commodore 64 and began writing her an adventure novel called The Adventures of John Smith. His more recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in Pank, Guernica, Swink, Gertrude, and other literary journals. He is a contributing editor at The Rumpus and the founding editor of The Splinter Generation, and his work has been noted by Andrew Sullivan, Publisher’s Weekly, Canongate Publishing, Poets and Writers, the Utne Reader, BoingBoing, among others. He also holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles, where he now teaches and tutors, and he’s currently at work on a novel and a collection of essays.