Bruce Bauman

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Bruce Bauman
Born Brooklyn[1]
Occupation Instructor
Language English
Nationality American
Genres Novels, short stories
Literary movement Postmodernism
Notable works Broken Sleep (2015)
And The Word Was (2006)
Spouse Suzan Woodruff

Bruce Bauman is an American writer. He is the author of the novels Broken Sleep (2015) and And The Word Was (2006).[2] His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Salon, BOMB, Bookforum, Dart International Magazine, and Black Clock. He has previously been awarded the City of Los Angeles Award in literature (2008-2009), a Durfee Foundation grant,[3] and an UNESCO/Aschberg award.[4]

Career[edit]

Bauman teaches in CalArts's MFA Creative Writing Program and School of Critical Studies.[5] He served as the senior editor for the literary magazine Black Clock for 13 years, from its inception to its end in 2016.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Born in Brooklyn and raised in Flushing, Queens, Bauman currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, the painter Suzan Woodruff.[7]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels

Short stories

  • The Newly Born Woman[8]
  • Lilith in Wunderland[9]
  • Angel, Heaven, Yesterday[10]
  • Day Time[11]

Essays

  • Television at CBGB[12]

Articles

  • Stewart Wallace & Michael Korie's Harvey Milk[13]
  • Amnesia[14]
  • Fiscal Cliff Notes From a Long-Suffering Lefty[15]
  • Bruce Bauman's Guide to Books and Booze[16]
  • On The Random Discovery of Life-Changing Books[17]
  • The Non-Champions Hall of Fame[18]
  • Old Songs for the New Resistance[19]

Art Reviews

  • Anders A at Highways Performance Space[20]
  • Victor Ekpuk at 18th Street Arts Complex[21]
  • Rev. Ethan Acres at Patricia Faure[22]
  • Anita Dubeat Patricia Correia[23]
  • Shirin Neshat at Patrick Painter[24]
  • Donald Moffett & Sister Corita at UCLA Hammer[25]
  • J.S.G. Boggs at Frumkin/Duval[26]
  • Rev. Ethan Acres at Patricia Faure[27]
  • Anita Dubeat Patricia Correia[28]
  • Shirin Neshat at Patrick Painter[29]
  • Off the Hook at S.K. Gallery[30]
  • Michal Rovner at Shoshana Wayne[31]
  • Don Giffin at Christopher Grimes[32]
  • The Empty Deep. Gerhard Richter at the MoMA[33]
  • Exit/Salida[34]
  • The Art of War[35]
  • The Life Lessons of Don Giffen[36]
  • Beuys Will Be Beuys[37]

Interviews

  • The Critic in Winter[38]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.full-stop.net/2016/11/23/interviews/david-breithaupt/bruce-bauman
  2. ^ "BROKEN SLEEP by Bruce Bauman". Kirkus Review. 29 July 2015. Retrieved 28 November 2016. 
  3. ^ https://durfee.org/awardee/bruce-bauman/
  4. ^ https://apexart.org/events/almostfamous
  5. ^ https://directory.calarts.edu/directory/bruce-bauman
  6. ^ "Bruce Bauman on the Origins of Black Clock Magazine". 
  7. ^ "Suzan Woodruff About Page". 
  8. ^ https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/fiona-giles/chick-for-a-day/
  9. ^ http://www.gargoylemagazine.com/books/paycock/alice.php
  10. ^ http://www.gargoylemagazine.com/books/paycock/hendrix.php
  11. ^ http://www.citylights.com/book/?GCOI=87286100120120&fa=description
  12. ^ Bauman, Bruce. "Television at CBGB". Retrieved November 28, 2016. 
  13. ^ Bauman, Bruce (2006). "Stewart Wallace & Michael Korie's Harvey Milk". BOMB. Retrieved November 28, 2016. 
  14. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 1999). "Amnesia". BOMB. Retrieved November 28, 2016. 
  15. ^ Bauman, Bruce (January 2, 2013). "Fiscal Cliff Notes From a Long-Suffering Lefty". Huffington Post. Retrieved November 28, 2016. 
  16. ^ Bauman, Bruce (October 27, 2015). "Bruce Bauman's Guide to Books and Booze". The Next Best Book Club. Retrieved November 29, 2016. 
  17. ^ Bauman, Bruce (October 28, 2015). "On The Random Discovery of Life-Changing Books". Lit Hub. Retrieved November 29, 2016. 
  18. ^ Bauman, Bruce (June 13, 2016). "The Non-Champions Hall of Fame". Los Angeles Review of Books. Retrieved November 28, 2016. 
  19. ^ Bauman, Bruce (January 23, 2017). "Old Songs for the New Resistance". Los Angeles Review of Books. Retrieved January 26, 2017. 
  20. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 1999). "Anders A at Highways Performance Space". Dart International Magazine. 
  21. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 1999). "Victor Ekpuk at 18th Street Arts Complex". Dart International Magazine. 
  22. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 2000). "Rev. Ethan Acres at Patricia Faure". Dart International Magazine. 
  23. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 2000). "Anita Dubeat Patricia Correia". Dart International Magazine. 
  24. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 2000). "Shirin Neshat at Patrick Painter". Dart International Magazine. 
  25. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Fall 2000). "Donald Moffett & Sister Corita at UCLA Hammer". Dart International Magazine. 
  26. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Fall 2000). "J.S.G. Boggs at Frumkin/Duval". Dart International Magazine. 
  27. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 2000). "Rev. Ethan Acres at Patricia Faure". Dart International Magazine. 
  28. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 2000). "Anita Dubeat Patricia Correia". Dart International Magazine. 
  29. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 2000). "Shirin Neshat at Patrick Painter". Dart International Magazine. 
  30. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Spring 2001). "Off the Hook at S.K. Gallery". Dart International Magazine. 
  31. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Fall 2001). "Michal Rovner at Shoshana Wayne". Dart International Magazine. 
  32. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 2001). "Don Giffin at Christopher Grimes". Dart International Magazine. 
  33. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Fall 2002). "The Empty Deep. Gerhard Richter at the MoMA". Dart International Magazine. 
  34. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Fall 2002). "Exit/Salida". Dart International Magazine. 
  35. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Summer 2003). "The Art of War". Dart International Magazine. 
  36. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Winter 2004). "The Life Lessons of Don Giffen". Dart International Magazine. 
  37. ^ Bauman, Bruce (Fall–Winter 2005). "Beuys Will Be Beuys". Dart International Magazine. 
  38. ^ Bauman, Bruce (January 2, 2003). "The Critic in Winter". Salon. Retrieved November 28, 2016. 

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