“When it comes to David Nutt, the only thing I love more than his sharp, inventive, and seismically funny style is the deep humanity from which it springs. His is a brilliant and much needed voice in these sad, ridiculous times.” — Sam Lipsyte, author of Hark and The Ask
David Nutt was born in 1977. He is a former newspaper reporter and copy editor, speechwriter, substitute teacher, executive assistant, administrative assistant, electrician’s assistant, office gopher, dishwasher, grocery stocker, part-time burger flipper, begrudging paperboy, and sometime musician. But not a neuropsychopharmacologist.
He is a graduate of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Syracuse University. He lives in Ithaca, New York, with his wife, the writer Gina Nutt, and two cats.
His novel, The Great American Suction, was published by Tyrant Books in 2019.
His short-story collection, Summertime in the Emergency Room, was released by Calamari Archive in May 2022. Find it here.