Cliff Graubart was born and raised in New York City. He has boxed in the Golden Gloves, sold furs in Manhattan in his father’s store, and once parachuted out of a perfectly good airplane in celebration of his fortieth birthday — all material for his short stories which have appeared in the Atlanta Journal Magazine, Goodlife Magazine, Atlanta Magazine, and the Atlanta Gazette. Graubart is the owner of the Old New York Book Shop and lives in Atlanta with his wife Cynthia and children, Norman and Rachel.
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