Daniel D Victor
Daniel D. Victor is a high school teacher in Los Angeles, where he and his wife and two sons live. He received his BA from UC Berkeley, his MA from California State University, Los Angeles, and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. Claremont Graduate School in Claremont, California, holds a Ph.D. in American Literature. THE MUCKRAKER AND THE DANDY: THE CONFLICTING PERSONAE OF DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS, his PhD dissertation, led to the invention of the Sherlock Holmes pastiche THE SEVENTH BULLET, which was initially published as a Thomas Dunne Book by St. Martin's Press. Martin's Press in 1992, and Titan Books of London recently issued it in paperback.
The first two chapters were also published in Appalachian State University's Cold Mountain Review. Victor has received various teaching honors, including a National Endowment for the Humanities independent study grant and acceptance to two NEH summer seminars, one at UC Berkeley and the other at Oxford University in Oxford, England.
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