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Dimitri Anastasopoulos

Associate Professor of English Dimitri Anastasopoulos

Assistant Professor, Director of Creative Writing Program
Office: 429 Clemens Hall
Phone number: (716) 645-0689
E-mail address:  danastas@buffalo.edu

Interests

fiction writing, postmodern metafiction, narrative theory

Current Courses

Spring 2015

Eng 541 - Post-Postmodern Writing

Thursday 12:30-3:10, Clemens 436
Registration Numbers:  (A) 21526    (B) 21527

Eng 548 - Graduate Fiction Workshop

Monday 3:30-6:10, Clemens 1032
Registration Number:   23152

Fall 2014

ENG 207 - INTRODUCTION TO WRITING POETRY/FICTION
T   (eve)    7:00 - 9:40
Reg. No. 22466

Eng 281 - SPECIAL TOPICS:  SOUND, IMAGE, TEXT
T Th             3:30 - 4:50
Reg. No. 23587

 

Works in Progress

  • Italian Hall (novel)

Selected Publications

Novels

  • Farm for Mutes (Dubois, PA: Mammoth Books, 2013)
  • A Larger Sense of Harvey (Dubois, PA: Mammoth Books, 2001)

Stories

  1.  “The Bubble Man of Allentown,” in Buffalo Noir, ed. Brigid Hughes and Ed Park. (Brooklyn, NY: Akashic Books, Noir Series, 2013).
  2. “Riot Dog,” Stolen Island  2 (2013): 127-132.
  3. Co-author, “Story Net,” American Letters and Commentary 23 (2012): 90-102.
  4.  “On Returning Home in the Early Evening,” Barzakh 2, 2011, http://barzakh.net/site/current-issue/2133, 10 pages.

Articles

  • “Present Without Memory: Self-Forgetfulness, Omniscience and Non-Narration in Lautreamont’s Maldoror and the 2003 State of the Union Speech,” Journal of Narrative Theory  41.1 (2011): 12-33.

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