Murray Farish’s stories have been published in such journals as Epoch, The Missouri Review, Black Warrior Review, Phoebe, Low Rent, The Roanoke Review. He earned his BA from Webster University in 1998, and received his MFA in 2003 from
the University of Houston, where he was the winner of the Donald Barthelme Fellowship.
His first book, a collection of stories called Inappropriate Behavior, will be published by Milkweed Editions in 2014.
Murray teaches introductory and advanced fiction writing, American Literature, Perspectives, Introduction to Literature, and Topics courses, and is the faculty advisor to The Green Fuse, Webster’s student literary magazine.
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