We are deeply saddened to share with you that Gabe Hudson an American writer known for his literary intellect, humor and unwavering dedication to the literary community passed away. His unexpected passing stunned the literary community and left a compassionate and humorous legacy. In this post you will get all the information related to his death.
At What Age Did Gabe Hudson Die?
Everyone who knew Hudson was shocked by his passing. Gabe Hudson was born on 12 September 1971 and passed away on 23 November 2023 at the age of 52.
His wife discovered him dead in their Gainesville, Florida, home and dialed 911. The authorities did not provide any information regarding the circumstances or the reason behind his death.
How Did the Community React to Gabe Hudson’s Death?
Gabe Hudson’s death deeply affected his friends and family members. His loved ones pay tribute to him on social media. Allison Adair tweeted, “Reading through old messages with Gabe Hudson. Thought those grieving might find light in this fragment, his, a memory from Brown. RIP Gabe.”
Reading through old messages with Gabe Hudson. Thought those grieving might find light in this fragment, his, a memory from Brown. Reference is to CD Wright, a mentor we greatly admired, then greatly mourned. In memory of those who walk on, leaving us changed. RIP Gabe. RIP CD. pic.twitter.com/8QLkizf2YP
— Allison Adair (@fascicles) November 27, 2023
Cindy Lamothe tweeted, “Thinking of @gabehudson and how he prob couldn’t have imagined the scale of how many people he touched and how many of us will miss his bright light.”
Thinking of @gabehudson and how he prob couldn’t have imagined the scale of how many people he touched and how many of us will miss his bright light.
— Cindy Lamothe (@CRLamothe) November 26, 2023
Shome Dasgupta said, “Hey Y’all—here are just a few thoughts from yesterday and today about our dear friend Gabe Hudson. Much love to y’all.”
Hey Y’all—here are just a few thoughts from yesterday and today about our dear friend Gabe Hudson ❤️💜💙💚💛 Much love to y’all 🌻🌻🌻 pic.twitter.com/ZM2qEhsrEz
— shome dasgupta (@laughingyeti) November 25, 2023
Gary Shteyngart tweeted, “Very sad to report on the passing of my friend the writer Gabe Hudson. He was, to put it mildly, an original.”
Very sad to report on the passing of my friend the writer Gabe Hudson. He was, to put it mildly, an original. pic.twitter.com/99yIZY0Uht
— Gary Shteyngart (@Shteyngart) November 25, 2023
Karen Palmer tweeted, “Up at 3 a.m., can’t sleep, and only now seeing the news about @gabehudson What a loss.”
Up at 3 a.m., can’t sleep, and only now seeing the news about @gabehudson. What a loss. He was such a kind, witty, generous, and talented soul. Talked to everyone and always wanted to help. He knew how to love. Sending light to all his dear ones.
— Karen Palmer (@Karen_Palmer) November 26, 2023
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Which Books Did Gabe Hudson Write?
Hudson has a Master of Fine Arts from Brown University, where he won the prestigious John Hawkes Prize in Fiction. He also served as a rifleman in the Marine Corps Reserve.
Hudson’s story collection “Dear Mr. President” was chosen as one of the Ten Best Books of the Year by GQ, as well as a Best Book of the Year by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and The Village Voice, and a New & Noteworthy Paperback by The New York Times. It is regarded as “the first significant piece of Gulf-war fiction”.
Hudson has previously served as Chair of Yonsei University’s Underwood International College’s Creative Writing Program. He worked as a creative writing program instructor at Princeton University from 2004 to 2007 before to joining Yonsei University.
The New Yorker, The Village Voice, McSweeney’s, Granta, Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, the International Herald Tribune and The New York Times Magazine have all been published pieces by Hudson. The HBO book “Six Feet Under: Better Living Through Death” featured writing by Hudson. He was a McSweeney’s editor-at-large. Granta Magazine named him one of the “Twenty Best Young American Novelists” in 2007.