Luke Fiske

Luke Fiske

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Luke Fiske is a graduate of the University of Cape Town in South Africa and New York University's Creative Writing Program.  His work has been published recently or is forthcoming in The Connecticut Review, The Georgetown Review, The Painted Bride Quarterly and A City Imagined: Cape Town and the Meanings of a Place (Penguin South Africa, 2006).  He is currently finishing a collection of short stories, Beautiful Jewish Women Will Sleep With You For Free, and a novel.  He won third-place in Glimmer Train's October 2008 Family Matters Contest and was a finalist in the Georgetown Review 2009 contest.  Luke divides his time between Cape Town and New York City, where he is a Lecturer in Expository Writing at New York University.

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Summer 2009 Issue

Mr. Benz

First Prize, 2009 Literal Latte Fiction Award.
My wife came home that first evening with a note. Dear Karen, I seem to be lying here more and more thinking about how grateful I am to you, and what a special person you are

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