Kevin Haworth is a 2016 NEA Fellow in Creative Writing and Faculty of the English Department at Carlow University. He is the author of four books: the novel The Discontinuity of Small Things (winner of the Samuel Goldberg Foundation Prize and runner-up for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize); the essay collection Famous Drownings in Literary History; the limited-edition chapbook Far Out All My Life; and a collection of essays about writing, Lit From Within: Contemporary Masters on the Art and Craft of Writing, edited with Dinty W. Moore. His work has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Creative Nonfiction, Michigan Quarterly Review, Iowa Review, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Fourth Genre, and many others. He has held residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, Headlands Center for the Arts, and Ledig International Writers House. He previously taught at Ohio University and at Tel Aviv University. His current book project is a critical biography of Israeli comics artist Rutu Modan.