Dan Reiter was born in Montréal in the time of Lévesque.
He believes in books, telepathy, and air rights.
Dan likes to tinker with short stories. His recent work has been published by The Offing, The Kenyon Review, Shenandoah, Tin House Flash Fridays, Juked, The Sun-Sentinel, [PANK], McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Carve, Nanoism, Hobart, Punchnel's, Red Rock Review, New World Writing, Burrow Press Review, Word Riot, Eastern Surf Magazine, Cease, Cows, WhiskeyPaper and Spork Press. His writing has made the longlist for the Disquiet International Literary prize, been reviewed on the Ploughshares blog, earned recognition in the Glimmer Train short fiction contest and the Kenyon Review short story contest, and won a Bartleby Snopes story of the month and The Florida Review Editor's Award in fiction.
He is working on something else just now.
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