Mary McMyne is the author of the Elgin award-winning fairy-tale poetry chapbook, Wolf Skin (Dancing Girl Press, 2014). Her writing has appeared in venues like Gulf Coast, Chattahoochee Review, Ninth Letter, Painted Bride Quarterly, Cimarron Review, Pedestal Magazine, Word Riot, and Southern Humanities Review.
She is the recipient of the William Faulkner-William Wisdom Prize for a Novel-in-Progress and a Sustainable Arts Foundation Promise Award for her fiction. Additional support for her writing has been awarded by Vermont Studio Center, the Marguerite McGlinn National Prize for Fiction, New York University, and Louisiana State University. She edits fiction for Border Crossing and poetry for Faerie Magazine.
Born in Louisiana, she teaches creative writing at Lake Superior State University in Michigan, where she serves as Chair of the School of Arts & Letters. She is currently at work on a novel and a full-length poetry collection. Learn more about her academic and teaching interests on her curriculum vitae.
- Review of Wolf Skin at As It Ought To Be
- Interview with Bryan Thao Worra: “Howls and Fairies: Conversing with Mary McMyne“
- Wolf Skin wins 2015 Elgin Chapbook Award
- Review of Wolf Skin in American Book Review
- French interview on Wolf Skin and a French translation of “Song of the Beast”
- Review essay on Wolf Skin in Chattahoochee Review
- Review of “Primrose, or Return to Il’maril” by Nicky Drayden
- Review by Diane Severson Mori of Wolf Skin in Amazing Stories
- “Camille” wins second place in Marguerite McGlinn National Prize in Fiction
- Sundress Publications’ The Wardrobe: Best Dressed features Wolf Skin
- Review by Heidi Anne Heiner of Wolf Skin at Sur La Lune Fairy Tales
- Interview with Tanya Chernov about Wolf Skin
- Wolf Skin to be released by Dancing Girl Press
- “Camille” is finalist for Indiana Review Fiction Prize
- ‘The Book of Gothel’ wins Sustainable Arts Foundation Promise Award in Fiction
- ‘Wait’ wins Faulkner Prize for a Novel in Progress