Tim Horvath is the author of Understories (Bellevue Literary Press), which won the New Hampshire Literary Award, and Circulation(sunnyoutside), a novella. His stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Conjunctions, AGNI, Harvard Review, Hunger Mountain, and Best Small Fictions 2021, and his reviews have appeared in Georgia Review, Brooklyn Rail, and American Book Review. His most recent project isUn-bow, a collaboration with composer, cellist, and instrument inventor Rafaele Andrade. He is currently at work on a novel called The Spinal Descent, which explores the world of contemporary classical composers and musicians, as well as a second short story collection. He teaches classes at Catapult, Grubstreet, StoryStudio-Chicago, and in the Granada Retreat of the Cambridge Writers Workshop, as well as through the Virtual Learning Charter School in New Hampshire, where he lives. He’s the recipient of a Yaddo Residency, and is also a co-founder of One Book, One Manchester, a city-wide reading program.


MFA in Creative Writing (Fiction), University of New Hampshire
MA in English Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
BA in Philosophy, Vassar College

Courses Taught:

MFA in Writing and Publishing Thesis Advising