J.C. Hallman grew up in Southern California. He studied creative writing at the University of Pittsburgh, the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins, and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Hallman’s nonfiction combines memoir, history, journalism, and travelogue. His books include, “The Chess Artist,” “The Devil is a Gentleman,” “In Utopia,” “Wm & H’ry,” and “B & Me.” Hallman was a recipient of a 2010 McKnight Artist Fellowship in fiction, and a 2013 Fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation in the general non-fiction category.
FREE copies of J.C. Hallman’s books are available through our Catch & Release program. Pick up a copy from the Aspen Words office in the Red Brick Building at the beginning of the month. Read it, pass it along to a friend, and come meet the author at their public event!
Residency program held in partnership with the Catto Shaw Foundation.
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