Andrew Furman

Andrew Furman is the author, most recently, of the novels, Jewfish (Little Curlew Press 2020) and Goldens Are Here (Green Writers Press 2018), the memoir, Bitten: My Unexpected Love Affair with Florida (UP of Florida 2014), which was named a Finalist for the ASLE Environmental Book Award, and My Los Angeles in Black and (Almost) White (Syracuse UP 2010).  His fiction and creative nonfiction frequently engages with the Florida outdoors, but he has also written about Jewish identity, basketball, lighthouses, swimming, and cast iron cookware. His essays and stories have appeared in such publications as Prairie Schooner, Willow Springs, Santa Monica Review, Oxford American, The Southern Review, Ecotone, Poets & Writers, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Agni Online,, and The Florida Review.

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Andrew Furman
Goldens Are Here
My Los Angeles in (Almost) Black and White