Bruce Fleming is the author of over a dozen books including "Annapolis Autumn: Life, Death and Literature at the U.S. Naval Academy," "Why Liberals and Conservatives Clash," "Bridging the Military-Civilian Divide," the novel "Twilley," and the forthcoming "Saving Madame Bovary: How to Be Happy with What We Have." His articles and stories have appeared in literary magazines such as the Yale, Antioch, Gettysburg, Southwest, and Sewanee Revews, and Agni, and in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and the Christian Science Monitor. He has been on C-Span, CNN, NPR, and the BBC. His works are listed at www.brucefleming.net. His degrees, in philosophy and comparative literature, are from Haverford College, the University of Chicago, and Vanderbilt University. He also studied at the Universities of Munich and Siena, and in Paris, and was a Fulbright Scholar at the Free University Berlin. He has won an O. Henry short story award and the Antioch Review Award for Distinguished Prose. He taught for two years at the University of Freiburg, Germany, and for two years at the National University of Rwanda. Since 1987 he has been an English professor at the US Naval Academy, Annapolis.