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Danny Thiemann is the recipient of the 2021 Nelligan Prize for Fiction from the Center for Literary Publishing at Colorado University for his short story “One Bad Night in San Jose, Costa Rica”, a recipient of the 2020 Tobias Wolff Award for Fiction for his short story “Echolocation for Mixed Race Runaways” published in the Bellingham Review, a recipient of the New York City based Table4 Foundation New Writer Award for his short story “Gotham, Mexico”, a recipient of a Madalyn Lamont Award for fiction from the American University in Cairo, and his work has appeared in the New Delta Review, Bosque Magazine, and the Beloit Fiction Journal. He is currently an associate attorney in the International program at Earthjustice.
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