Daniel Mueller

Daniel Mueller


Creative Writing

Chair, Bilinski Fellowship Committee

Research Area/s

Fiction; Image in narrative; Narrative craft; Psychological trauma in literature.

Contact Information

Email: dmueller@unm.edu
Office Location: Humanities 331


Dan Mueller is the author of three collections of short fiction, How Animals Mate (Overlook Press 1999), winner of the Sewanee Fiction Prize; Nights I Dreamed of Hubert Humphrey (Outpost 19 Books 2013), winner of a Santa Fe Writers Project Book Award; and Anything You Recognize (Outpost 19 Books 2023).  His work has appeared in Gargoyle, Alaska Quarterly Review, Cincinnati Review, Missouri Review, Iowa Review, Prairie Schooner, Chicago Quarterly Review, Mississippi Review, Booth Journal, Joyland, Cutbank, Free State Review, Story Quarterly, Story, Manzano Mountain Review, Pithead Chapel, Solstice, Playboy, and elsewhere. He has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Sewanee Writers' Conference, Iowa Writers' Workshop, and University of Virginia. He teaches on the creative writing faculties of University of New Mexico, Low-Residency MFA Program at Queens University of Charlotte, and Tinker Mountain Writers' Workshop.

Department of English Language and Literature
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