Tony Rogers’ collection of short stories, Bewildered, Harold Faced the Day, won the Writer’s Voice Capricorn Prize. He was a semi-finalist in the Quarterly West novella contest. An excerpt from his award-winning first novel was first published in HSE’s Above Ground anthology. His fiction has also been published in Pleiades, Worcester Review, North Dakota Quarterly, Painted Hills Review, Thema, Outerbridge, and many others.
His non-fiction has appeared in the Boston Globe Magazine. He is a Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude graduate of Yale and has a JD from Harvard Law School. Tony has been a lawyer and a jazz musician and the head of a veteran’s hospital.