Bio

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Colin Fleming composes fiction and writes on a myriad of subjects—sports, art, architecture, literature, jazz, dance, history, classical music, film, and rock and roll. His work has appeared in Slate, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, Tin House, The New York Times Book Review, The New Criterion, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Believer, BookForum, ARTnews, ESPN The Magazine, Salon, Time Out New York, Nerve, The Boston Globe Magazine, The Smart Set, The Village Voice, The American Scholar, The Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement, MOJO, Paris Review Daily, Salmagundi, The Word, JazzTimes, Gramophone, Esquire.com, Architectural Record, Spin, Boston Review, DownBeat, Azure, The Barnes and Noble Review, The LA Times, PopMatters, The Boston Phoenix, The Wilson Quarterly, Vibe, Art In America, Fanfare, Sports Illustrated, Art New England, The San Francisco Chronicle, The American Interest, Film Comment, Metropolis, Seattle Weekly, The Brooklyn Rail, Sight and Sound, Rain Taxi, The Oxford American, The Washington Post, Bright Lights Film Journal, The Missouri Review, Vanity Fair, The New Statesman, The Nation, The Weekly Standard, The New Haven Review, The American Interest, Cineaste, The Northwest Review, Smithsonian, World Literature Today, Sport Literate, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Boston Globe, and many other publications.

His short stories have recently appeared in—or are forthcoming from—Virginia Quarterly Review, Post Road, Southwest Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Denver Quarterly, The Iowa Review, The Hopkins Review, Bull, Boulevard, L Magazine, AGNI Online, The Republic of Letters, TriQuarterly, The Southampton Review, PEN America, Gargoyle, Green Mountains Review, The Texas Review, Black Clock, Joyland, New York Tyrant, Slice Magazine, and The Massachusetts Review.