NEA Literature Fellowships

2014 - Prose

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  • Clare Beams

    Clare Beams’s fiction has appeared in One Story, Best American Nonrequired Reading 2011, Amazon’s Day One, FiveChapters, Willow Springs, Hayden’s...

  • Laura Bell

    Laura Bell’s work reflects the landscape that has shaped her—the high desert ranges of northwest Wyoming—and themes of loss and...

  • Andrew Brininstool

    Andrew Brininstool’s first short story collection, Crude Sketches Done in Quick Succession, is forthcoming from Queen’s Ferry Press. A graduate...

  • Catherine Chung

    Catherine Chung is the author of the novel Forgotten Country, which received an Honorable Mention for the 2013 PEN/Hemingway Award,...

  • Marcia Douglas

    Marcia Douglas is the author of the novels Madam Fate and Notes from a Writer’s Book of Cures and Spells...

  • Patricia Engel

    Patricia Engel is the author of It’s Not Love, It’s Just Paris (Grove, 2013) and Vida (Grove, 2010), which was...

  • Alex Espinoza

    Alex Espinoza is the author of Still Water Saints (Random House, 2007), a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers...

  • Kimberly Foote

    Kim Coleman Foote spent a year in Ghana, West Africa, as a Fulbright Fellow conducting research on the trans-Atlantic slave...

  • Peter Gadol

    Peter Gadol is the author of six novels, including The Long Rain, Light at Dusk, and most recently Silver Lake,...

  • Vasugi Ganeshananthan

    V.V. Ganeshananthan’s debut novel, Love Marriage (Random House, 2008), was long-listed for the Orange Prize and named one of Washington...

  • Goldie Goldbloom

    Goldie Goldbloom’s novel, The Paperbark Shoe (Picador, 2011), won the AWP Novel Award, the Great Lakes College Association’s New Writers...

  • Kelle Groom

    Kelle Groom's memoir, I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl (Simon & Schuster), is a Barnes &...

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