Matthew Sharpe

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This article is about US author. For the Scottish army officer and member of parliament, see Matthew Sharpe (general).

Matthew Sharpe (born 1962) is a United States novelist and short story writer.

He was born in New York City, and grew up in a small town in Connecticut.

Sharpe graduated from Oberlin College in Ohio. Afterwards, he worked at US Magazine until he went back to school at Columbia University, where he pursued an MFA. Since then, he has been teaching creative writing at various institutions including Columbia University, Bard College, the New College of Florida, and Wesleyan University. Sharpe says he started writing fiction at age ten but was finally inspired and encouraged to be a writer after reading Sam Shepard's play La Turista when he was 21.


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