NEA Literature Fellowships

2014 - Prose

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  • Michelle Hoover

    Michelle Hoover teaches writing at Boston University and Grub Street. She has published short stories and novel excerpts in numerous...

  • Sara Houghteling

    Sara Houghteling’s debut novel, Pictures at an Exhibition (Knopf), was a New York Times Editors’ Choice, a San Francisco Chronicle...

  • Adam Levin

    Adam Levin is the author of the novel The Instructions (2010) and the short story collection Hot Pink (2012), both...

  • Rebecca Makkai

    Rebecca Makkai is a Chicago-based writer whose second novel, The Hundred-Year House, will be available in summer 2014 from Viking/Penguin....

  • Daniel Mason

    Daniel Mason is the author of two novels, The Piano Tuner (2002) and A Far Country (2007), as well as...

  • Ottessa Moshfegh

    Ottessa Moshfegh was born in Boston. She was the 2013 winner of the Plimpton Prize for her short stories in...

  • Melinda Moustakis

    Melinda Moustakis is the author of Bear Down Bear North: Alaska Stories, which won the Flannery O' Connor Award and...

  • Martin Pousson

    Martin Pousson was born and raised in the bayou land of Acadiana. His novel, No Place, Louisiana, was published by...

  • Catherine Reid

    Catherine Reid directs the Creative Writing Program for undergraduates at Warren Wilson College, where she teaches courses in creative nonfiction...

  • Mathew Sailor

    Matt Sailor lives and writes in Portland, Oregon. For most of his life, he lived in Atlanta, where he earned...

  • Josie Sibara

    Josie Sigler’s collection of stories, The Galaxie and Other Rides, was awarded the Ruby Pickens Tartt First Fiction Award and...

  • Justin Torres

    Justin Torres is author of the novel, We the Animals, which has been translated into 14 languages. He has published...

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