Michael David Lukas
has been a Fullbright Scholar in Turkey, a late-shift proofreader in Tel Aviv, and a waiter at the Bread Load Writers’ Conference. His writing as appeared in VQR, Slate, National Geographic Traveler, and Georgia Reviews. He has received scholarships from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York Summer Writer’s Institute, and Squaw Valley Community for Writers. When he isn’t writing, he teaches creative writing to third-and-fourth-graders.
The Oracle of Stambul is his first novel.