NEA Literature Fellowships

2010 - Prose

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  • Lewis Robinson

    Born in Massachusetts and raised in Buffalo and Maine, Lewis Robinson is the author of the novel Water Dogs (Random...

  • Robert Rosenberg

    Robert Rosenberg's first novel, This Is Not Civilization (Houghton Mifflin, 2004) won the 2005 Maria Thomas Award. It was a...

  • Anne Sanow

    Anne Sanow's linked short story collection Triple Time (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009) won the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, and...

  • Matthew Sharpe

    Matthew Sharpe is the author of the novels Jamestown (Mariner Books, 2008), The Sleeping Father (Soft Skull Press, 2003), and...

  • Gregory Smith

    Gregory Blake Smith received his MFA from the Iowa Writer's Workshop and is currently the Lloyd P. Johnson-Norwest Professor...

  • Rebecca Solnit

    San Francisco writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit is the author of thirteen books about art, landscape, community, ecology, politics,...

  • Leah Stewart

    Leah Stewart is the author of the novels Body of a Girl (Penguin, 2001), The Myth of You and...

  • Melanie Sumner

    Melanie Sumner is the author of the novel The Ghost of Milagro Creek (Shannon Ravenel, 2010), a story of love,...

  • Christina Thompson

    Christina Thompson is the author of a historical memoir called Come on Shore and We Will Kill and Eat...

  • Padma Viswanathan

    Padma Viswanathan is a fiction writer, playwright, and journalist. She has published fiction in journals including New Letters, Subtropics, and...

  • Matthew Vollmer

    Matthew Vollmer is the author of Future Missionaries of America (MacAdam/Cage, 2009), a collection of short stories. He is...

  • Teddy Wayne

    Teddy Wayne's debut novel, Kapitoil (Harper Perennial), was published in April 2010. A graduate of Harvard and the Writing Program...

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