NEA Literature Fellowships

2010 - Prose

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  • Sheri Joseph

    Sheri Joseph is the author of two books: a novel, Stray (MacAdam Cage, 2007), which was awarded the Grub Street...

  • Roy Kesey

    Roy Kesey is the author of three books: the award-winning novella Nothing in the World (Bullfight Media, 2006), a historical...

  • Dylan Landis

    Dylan Landis's debut novel-in-stories, Normal People Don't Live Like This (Persea Books), was published in September 2009 and was a...

  • Margaret McMullan

    Margaret McMullan is the author of six novels including Cashay (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009), When I Crossed No-Bob (Houghton Mifflin,...

  • Lina Meruane

    Chile born, bred, and educated until moving to New York City, Lina Meruane has spent the past decade writing fiction...

  • Alison Moore

    Alison Moore was conceived in the caretaker's cottage of the Harriet Beecher Stowe estate in Hartford, Connecticut, and was born...

  • Rae Paris

    The title story of Rae Paris' collection, The Girl Who Ate Her Own Skin, was a recommended story in the...

  • Aimee Phan

    Aimee Phan's first book, We Should Never Meet: Stories (St. Martin's Press, 2004), was named a Notable Book by the...

  • Ismet Prcic

    Ismet Prcic is a thirty-two-year-old Bosnian-American writer currently residing in Portland, Oregon, with his wife and two cats named...

  • Daniel Raeburn

    Daniel Raeburn is the author of the book Chris Ware. His essays have appeared in The Baffler, Tin House, and...

  • Paul Reyes

    Paul Reyes is the former editor-at-large of The Oxford American magazine and currently a contributing editor with Virginia Quarterly Review....

  • Suzanne Rivecca

    Suzanne Rivecca grew up in Michigan. She was a Wallace Stegner fellow in fiction at Stanford University and has worked...

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