Brian Bouldrey

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Brian Bouldrey
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Occupation Professor
Nationality American
Genre Fiction; Editor

Brian Bouldrey is a United States writer and actor.


He is a Senior Lecturer in Northwestern University's English Department. At Northwestern, he founded the Creative Non-Fiction writing sequence, which he currently teaches. He is also a Visiting Writer at Lesley University.[1]



  • The Genius of Desire, 1995
  • Love, the Magician, 2000
  • The Boom Economy: Or, Scenes from Clerical Life, 2003


  • The Autobiography Box, 1999
  • Monster: Gay Adventures in American Machismo, 2001
  • Honorable Bandit: A Walk Across Corsica, (2007, Terrace Books)

Anthologies edited[edit]

  • Best American Gay Fiction, 1993
  • Wrestling with the Angel: Faith and Religion in the Lives of Gay Men, 1995
  • Best American Gay Fiction, 1996
  • Best American Gay Fiction, 1998
  • Traveling Souls: Contemporary Pilgrimage Stories, 1999
  • Writing Home: Award-Winning Literature from the New West, 1999



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