Rodes Fishburne is an American writer with experience as a journalist, playwright, and novelist. His 2008 novel Going to See the Elephant explores the creative and financial difficulties of writing and employs a euphemism for “going out west,” replete with all the exoticism that comes with it. His 2004 one-act play Waiting for Henry to Snow revolved around the theme of honor, while 2002’s Note to Self dealt with theft and plagiarism. He has written for The New Yorker and The New York Times. Born in Virginia, Fishburne graduated from Emory and Henry College and attended St. Peter’s College, Oxford.
Publishing will get easier, says Rhodes Fishburne, and the state of fiction is “in good hands.”