George Chambers is the author of The Bonnyclabber, a novel, and 0 Null Set, short stories. He teaches at Bradley University. George Chambers was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1931. After servicing with the Fleet Marine Force-Pacific during the Korean Intervention, Mr. Chambers affiliated himself with several other institutions—Boston University, Colby College, Boston College, the University of Wisconsin, The University of Iowa-and was eventually discharged from them, honorably. Since his certification, Mr. Chambers has taught for the Department of English at several of its branches in the Midwest and in New England.
The father of three children: Stephen James, Anne Howard, and Ruth MacDonald, Mr. Chambers now lives in Peoria, Illinois and Plainfield, Vermont, with his last wife, Jeannette Trouve.
After his conversion to fiction on October 4, 1968, in Iowa City, Iowa, Mr. Chambers published two books: The Bonnyclabber, and Chambersburg. His poetry and stories have appeared in Massachusetts Review, Tri-Quarterly, Fiction International, and many other magazines.