NEA Literature Fellowships

2008 - Prose

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  • Carolyn Alessio

    Carolyn Alessio's fiction has appeared in The Pushcart Prize Anthology, TriQuarterly, Boulevard and elsewhere. She is prose editor at Crab...

  • Stephanie Allen

    Stephanie Allen's short story collection, A Place between Stations, was a finalist for the 2001 AWP Award Series in Short...

  • Nick Arvin

    Nick Arvin is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and the author of two books: In the Electric Eden:...

  • Courtney Brkic

    Courtney Angela Brkic is the author of Stillness: and Other Stories and The Stone Fields, both from Farrar, Straus & Giroux....

  • Nona Caspers

    Nona Caspers migrated to San Francisco from rural Minnesota. Her book of stories, Heavier Than Air, won the Grace Paley...

  • Christopher Chambers

    Christopher Chambers was born in Madison, Wisconsin, and has since lived in North Carolina, Michigan, Minnesota, Florida, Alabama, Texas, and...

  • Brock Clarke

    Brock Clarke is the author of two novels (An Arsonist's Guide to Writers' Homes in New England and The Ordinary...

  • Ellen Cooney

    Ellen Cooney was born in 1952 in Clinton, Massachusetts. Her seventh novel, Lambrusco, will be published in April 2008 by...

  • John D'Agata

    John D'Agata was born and raised on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He attended the Northfield Mount Hermon School, and later...

  • Edward Delaney

    Edward J Delaney is a fiction writer, journalist and documentary filmmaker. He is the author of The Drowning and Other...

  • Viet Dinh

    Viet Dinh was born in Da Lat, Vietnam, and grew up in Aurora, Colorado. He received his BA from Johns...

  • Doug Dorst

    Doug Dorst's first novel, Alive in Necropolis, will be published in July 2008 by Riverhead Books, with a story collection,...

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