Joe De Quattro is an American fiction writer and Lecturer in Writing at the University of California, Berkeley. His story "The Thief of Oakland Hills" is forthcoming in Bayou Magazine, Issue 76, Fall 2022.  Other stories have appeared recently in Beloit Fiction JournalThe Carolina Quarterly, The Los Angeles Review, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Mystery Tribune, The Writing Disorder, Five2One Magazine, Pennsylvania Literary Journal, Turnrow and Carve.  His first fiction publication, "Angus in Extremis", appeared in San Francisco's Oyster Boy Review and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.  In 2015, Joyce Carol Oates selected his story "What Things, These Things, Stir the Heart" as a finalist for december magazine's Curt Johnson Fiction Award.  He has an MFA in Fiction from Bennington College.

 

 

 

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Recent Fiction Publication

"The Thief of Oakland Hills", forthcoming Fall 2022, Issue 76, Bayou Magazine.
"Gift of Youth", 2022, The Ganga Review.
"A Daphne", 2019, Beloit Fiction Journal.
"What Things, These Things, Stir the Heart", 2018, Adelaide Literary Magazine.
"Still Life With Stalin", 2018, Mystery Tribune.
"Swimming in Mercury", 2018, Terror House Magazine.
"The Muslim Car", 2017, The Los Angeles Review.
"Manhattan: An Interview", 2016, Five2One Magazine.
"Rubric for Getting Up in the Morning", 2015, The Writing Disorder.
"Verschränkung", 2015, Pennsylvania Literary Journal.
"Exits", 2009, Zahir Tales.
"Something Hard and Bright", 2004, Turnrow Magazine.
"A Day in the Life of Michael Burns", 2004, Carve Magazine.
"The Last Cigarette in New York", 2003, Carve Magazine.
"Sonata", 2001, The Carolina Quarterly.
"Over in Kew Gardens", The Washington Review.
"Angus in Extremis", 2000, Oyster Boy Review.