C. Michael Curtis

C. Michael Curtis edits fiction for The Atlantic Monthly, for whom he has worked since 1963. He is the editor of six anthologies of short fiction—”American Stories: Fiction from The Atlantic Monthly, Volume I and II,” “Contemporary New England Stories,” “Contemporary West Coast Stories,” “God: Stories,” and “Faith: Stories”—and his essays, poetry, reporting and reviews have appeared in The New Republic, The National Review and many other periodicals. He lives in Spartanburg, S.C., with his wife, novelist Elizabeth Cox, with whom he shares the John C. Cobb Professor of Humanities Chair at Wofford College.