NEA Literature Fellowships

2002 - Prose

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  • Mary Allen

    Mary Allen received an MFA in fiction in 1988 from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She is the author of The...

  • Karen Bender

    Karen E. Bender grew up in Los Angeles and currently lives in New York with her husband and son. She...

  • Robert Bononno is a photographer and translator. A recipient of a New York State CAPS grant in 1975, his photographs...

  • Judy Doenges

    Judy Doenges's short fiction collection. What She Left Me (University Press of New England/1999), was a New York Times Notable...

  • Anthony Doerr

    Anthony Doerr's first collection of stories, The Shell Collector, was published in January, 2002 by Scribner. In the past year...

  • Paul Eggers

    In the late '70s and early 80s, I was a Peace Corps Volunteer and then a UN relief worker, teaching...

  • John Felstiner*

    John Felstiner was awarded his second Literature Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts in 2002 to translate the...

  • Paul Hendrickson

    Paul Hendrickson has written for magazines and newspapers for more than thirty years. He was a staff feature writer in...

  • Barbara Hurd

    Barbara Hurd is the author of Stirring the Mud: On Swamps, Bogs, and Human Imagination (essays) and Objects in this...

  • Stephen Jones

    I'm 30, an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech, live in Shallowater, TX, and would very much like to take the...

  • Norah Labiner

    Norah Labiner is the author of the novels, Our Sometime Sister (Coffee House Press, 1998) and Miniatures (Coffee House Press,...

  • Christi Merrill*

    Christi Merrill is an assistant professor of South Asian literature and postcolonial studies at the University of Michigan. Her translations...

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