Ryan Bubalo

Ryan Bubalo lived in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq, from 2008-2010. He taught English and helped design the Academic Preparation Program at the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani. He also coached the university's first women's basketball team, which was featured in the award-winning documentary Salaam Dunk. He currently lives in Seattle and is finishing his own Iraq war novel entitled Time of Our Choosing.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

FICTION: NEW & NOTEWORTHY

2013 IN REVIEW: Rachel Kushner’s THE FLAMETHROWERS and Caleb Crain’s NECESSARY ERRORS       Trude Love: Alizah Salario on Eric ...


Danger Close: The Iraq War in American Fiction
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