Marc Phillips won the 2004 Fish Short Story Prize with “The Mountains of Mars”, and was named a Notable Writer of the Year (2004). He has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and inclusion in Best American Short Stories anthologies. In 2007, his “Caye Caulker Tides” was included in The Crime Writers Association Knife Award anthology, and his “Different Than Any Day So Far” received editor’s choice in the 2007 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest. Other Marc Phillips short stories have been published online: “The Salvation of Bastard X”, “Dr. Sick Somebody”, “Tuesday” and “A Fancy and Horrible Thing”. He regularly publishes fiction, poetry, articles and essays in the US and abroad, and welcomes comments on his work through Facebook.com. Marc’s debut novel, “Fifty Stone Men”, is due to be published by Telegram Books in Spring 2009. For inquiries regarding his novels, collections and screenplays, please contact Harold Ober Associates Inc. at 425 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10017. Marc Phillips originates from Texas.
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