NEA Literature Fellowships

2004 - Prose

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  • Alexander Chee

    Alexander Chee's first novel, Edinburgh (St. Martin's), won the Michener/Copernicus Prize in fiction, the Asian American Writers Workshop Literary Award,...

  • Ann Darby

    Ann Darby is the author of the novel The Orphan Game (William Morrow, 1999, Harper Perennial, 2000) and co-author of...

  • Julia Glass

    Julia Glass was awarded the 2002 National Book Award for Fiction for her first novel, Three Junes (Pantheon Books). The...

  • Michael Griffith

    Michael Griffith is the author of Bibliophilia and Spikes, both from Arcade. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in New...

  • Joshua Harmon

    Joshua Harmon's writing has been published in many journals, including: Agni, Antioch Review, Black Warrior Review, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly,...

  • Noy Holland

    Noy Holland is the author of two collections of short fiction, What Begins With Bird (FC2), and The Spectacle of...

  • Wayne Karlin

    Wayne Karlin is the author of six novels and two memoirs. He has also co-edited and adapted translations of writers...

  • Ivonne Lamazares

    Ivonne Lamazares was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1962. At the age of 13 she left the island and settled...

  • Julie Orringer

    Julie Orringer's short story collection, How to Breathe Underwater (Knopf), was a New York Times Notable Book and the winner...

  • Alexander Parsons

    Alexander Parsons earned degrees from the Iowa Writers' Workshop and New Mexico State University. He now teaches fiction writing at...

  • Lia Purpura

    Lia Purpura's collection of essays, On Looking, is forthcoming from Sarabande Press in 2006. She is the author of two...

  • Scott Sanders

    Scott Russell Sanders was born in Tennessee and reared in Ohio. He studied in Rhode Island and Cambridge, England, before...

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