Doug Rice is the author of one novel, two collections of short stories, a hybrid philosophical book on photography and desire, and a hybrid memoir, as well as one of the co-editors for a casebook on Raymond Federman. His short stories, poems, theoretical essays and reviews have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies including Discourse, Zyzzyva, Gargoyle, Journal of Narrativity, Fiction International, Journal of Experimental Fiction, Avant Pop and Biting the Error. He has been an artist in residence at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany, has taught at Kent State University-Salem and La Roche College, and currently teaches at Sacramento State University.
“Doug [Rice’s] words are always intimate, and always bring a raw or stung or visceral response. It takes a while to come back to yourself, sometimes, but when you do, you’re glad you’ve been.” —Rebecca Brown
“Where does desire become words? Under a new Sun of Melancholy placed in the sky by Doug Rice. … Rice names his companions in that valley: Bataille, Acker, Christ, Leduc, Goytisolo. He writes inside the turmoil of flesh, and uses the word Doug to nail his terror to the real.” —Robert Gluck