NEA Literature Fellowships

2010 - Prose

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  • Salar Abdoh

    Salar Abdoh's novels are The Poet Game (Picador, 2001), and Opium (Faber and Faber, 2004). His short stories, essays,...

  • Matthew Batt

    Matthew Batt's fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Tin House, Mid-American Review, The Isthmus, and elsewhere. He's working on Sugarhouse,...

  • Douglas Bauer

    Douglas Bauer was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and raised in rural Iowa. His books include The Very Air (Henry Holt,...

  • Jasmine Beach-Ferrara

    Jasmine Beach-Ferrara is a student at Harvard Divinity School and teaches writing at Grub Street. She recently completed a short...

  • Sean Brendan-Brown

    Sean Brendan-Brown is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop (MFA Poetry) and currently resides in Olympia, Washington. A medically-retired...

  • Serena Crawford

    Serena Crawford received an MFA from the University of Oregon. Her fiction has appeared in Epoch, Other Voices, Another Chicago...

  • Michael Czyzniejewski

    Michael Czyzniejewski grew up in Chicago and its outlying suburbs and now teaches at Bowling Green State University in Ohio,...

  • Barry Gifford

    Barry Gifford's novels have been translated into twenty-eight languages, and he has been the recipient of awards from PEN, the...

  • Donovan Hohn

    Donovan Hohn has been a contributing editor of Harper's since 2008 and is a 2008 winner of a Whiting Writers'...

  • Frances Hwang

    Frances Hwang was born in Falls Church, Virginia. Her story collection, Transparency (Back Bay Books/Little, Brown & Company, 2007),...

  • Benjamin Jahn

    Ben Jahn was born--the second of six--and raised in Humboldt County, California. He has worked as a house painter, teacher,...

  • Adam Johnson

    Adam Johnson teaches creative writing at Stanford University. He received an MFA in creative writing from McNeese State University and...

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