I was pleased to read today that my story, “Camille,” was selected as a finalist for the Indiana Review 2013 Fiction Prize. Congratulations to the winner and runner up! I can’t wait to read their stories in the next issue of Indiana Review.
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‘The Book of Gothel’ wins Sustainable Arts Award
I was thrilled to discover today that my novel-in-progress has received a Fall 2013 Sustainable Arts Foundation Promise Award! Set in 12th century Germany, ‘The Book of Gothel’ speculates about the historical roots of some of our most beloved European folktales. The grant will fund my trip to the Black Forest this summer to researchContinue reading “‘The Book of Gothel’ wins Sustainable Arts Award”
‘Wait’ Wins Faulkner Prize for a Novel in Progress
I’m so excited that Judge Janette Turner Hospital has announced my manuscript, ‘Wait,’ this year’s winner of the Faulkner Prize for a Novel in Progress! ‘Wait’ retells the Odysseus myth from the perspective of a soldier’s wife in the Deep South during the Vietnam War: “My clear choice for winner, this manuscript in progress is stunning for a number ofContinue reading “‘Wait’ Wins Faulkner Prize for a Novel in Progress”