Stephen Beachy


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Des Moines, Iowa, The United States
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Stephen Beachy is a writer. He was born in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1965. His first novel, The Whistling Song, was published by W. W. Norton with cover illustrations by Curt Kirkwood in 1991 and his second, Distortion, by Harrington Park Press, in 2000. Two novellas, Some Phantom and No Time Flat were published in 2006, from Suspect Thoughts Press. His fiction has been published in BOMB, Chicago Review, Blithe House Quarterly, SHADE, and various anthologies. He has written literary criticism for the San Francisco Bay Guardian.

In October, 2005, he published an article in New York Magazine, exposing the writer JT LeRoy as the concoction of a woman named Laura Albert, with the help of her family members.

Beachy teaches in the MFA Program at the Un
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Average rating: 4.02 · 131 ratings · 28 reviews · 10 distinct works
The Whistling Song

really liked it 4.00 avg rating — 59 ratings — published 1991 — 2 editions
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boneyard

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Some Phantom; No Time Flat:...

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Distortion

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Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity

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Glory Hole

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Zeke Yoder vs. the Singular...

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Leahbelle Beachy and the Be...

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