Murray Dunlap

Murray Dunlap
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Murray Dunlap's work has appeared in countless magazines and journals. His stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize three times, as well as to Best New American Voices. The story 'Race Day' was a finalist for the American Fiction Short Story award, 2014. The extraordinary individuals Pam Houston, Michael Knight, and Fred Ashe taught him the art of writing.

This is one of the February Writing Challenge entries that was chosen to be a featured story.   I gave my wife a red scarf for...

After the car wreck, the three month coma, and the brain injury with a wheelchair, I say this: To believe in most anything is an...

In a fog of worry, I attempt to start over.  I’ve got my hands in the hands of a little guy, nine years old. ...

When the sun streamed through hair                                                                                                  ~ for Molly And dew sat pensive I thought, and thought Of how I could possibly go. How could I go…   The twilight...

Ben and Heather, they sure have moved around. But always, always do they reconnect. Heather and Ben. Ben and Heather. The real story, the one...

So you wanna drive, eh young Murray? Be patient. This is a lesson best learned now, before the car wreck that will nearly kill...