Fred Haefele received his MFA from the University of Montana in 1981. His stories have appeared in Epoch, Missouri Review, Prism International and other magazines. His essays have appeared in Outside, the New York Times Magazine, Salon.com, Wired, Big Sky Journal, Newsday, American Heritage and others. He has received literary fellowships from the Fine Arts Work Center, the NEA, Sewanee and Stanford University. He is the author of the award-winning memoir, Rebuilding the Indian (Riverhead Books, 1998, Bison Books, 2005). He recently published Extremophobia, a collection of his non-fiction writing. Haefele has taught creative writing at Murray State University, the University of Montana and at Stanford, where he was a Jones Lecturer. He lives in Montana with his wife, the writer Caroline Patterson, and their two children. Visit his website at fredhaefelecom
6 entries by Fred Haefele
By Philipp Meyer
The saga of a powerful, larger-than-life Texan family is told through the voices of three generations.