NEA Literature Fellowships

2008 - Prose

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  • Edward Falco

    Ed Falco's most recent books are the novel, Wolf Point (Unbridled Books, 2005), the short story collection, Sabbath Night in...

  • Judith Frank

    Raised in Evanston, IL and Jerusalem, Israel, Judith Frank holds a BA from the Hebrew University, and an MFA and...

  • Dianne Freund

    Diane Freund is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Arizona South. She is the recipient of several...

  • Laura Furman

    Laura Furman was born in Brooklyn in 1945 and educated in the New York public school system and at Bennington...

  • Ravi Howard

    Ravi Howard published his debut novel, Like Trees, Walking in March of 2007. The book gives a fictionalized account of...

  • Tara Ison

    Tara Ison's first novel, A Child out of Alcatraz (Faber & Faber, Inc.), was a Finalist for the 1997 Los Angeles Times...

  • Hester Kaplan

    Hester Kaplan grew up in Cambridge, and is the daughter of two writers. After graduating from Barnard College, she worked...

  • Scott Kaukonen

    Scott Kaukonen is the author of the short story collection Ordination, winner of the Ohio State University Prize for Short...

  • Jaqueline Kolosov-Wenthe

    Jacqueline Kolosov-Wenthe is the author of the young adult novels, The Red Queen's Daughter and the forthcoming Miranda, both from...

  • Margaret Lazarus Dean

    Margaret Lazarus Dean is the author of The Time It Takes to Fall (Simon & Schuster, 2007). She grew up...

  • William Henry Lewis

    William Henry Lewis is the author of two collections of stories,
    In the Arms of Our Elders (Carolina Wren...

  • Donald Lystra

    Donald Lystra began writing fiction after working for several decades as an engineer. His short stories have appeared in The...

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