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Jacqueline Doyle

Jacqueline Doyle

Author's Bio

Jacqueline Doyle lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she teaches at California State University, East Bay. Her recent creative nonfiction has appeared or is forthcoming in South Dakota Review, New Plains Review, Frontiers, South Loop Review, Birkensnake, Southern Indiana Review, Jabberwock Review, Reed, The Tusculum Review, Southern Humanities Review, and Cold Mountain Review. She has fiction published in PANK, Confrontation, Bluestem, Lunch Ticket, Apalachee Review, CRATE, Rosebud, Toad Suck Review, Raleigh Review, and Front Porch Journal. Her flash prose has appeared in numerous online journals, including Vestal Review, Sweet, Monkeybicycle, The Rumpus, Prime Number, and Café Irreal.

Publications and Prizes

Atticus Review, Bartleby Snopes, Blood Orange Review, Bluestem Magazine, Crate, Grey Sparrow Journal, Hamilton Stone Review, Lunch Ticket, Otoliths, Prick of the Spindle, Sweet: A Literary Confection, Tidal Basin Review
"Notable Essay" in Best American Essays 2015 (for "Who's Your Stepdaddy," published in Jabberwock Review); Best of the Net Nomination 2015 (for "Daffodils" in Foliate Oak ; Pushcart Prize Nomination 2014 (for "Mary Magdalene's Tibia," published in Southern Humanities Review); "Notable Essay" in Best American Essays 2013 (for "The Tyranny of Things," published in South Dakota Review); Pushcart Prize Nomination 2013 (for "Doorbells," published in South Loop Review); Winner, "Study Questions" meta-essay contest at Ninth Letter (for "Nineteen Ways of Looking at an Essay"), 2012; First Prize, Flash Fiction Category, National League of American Pen Women's Biennial Letters Competition, 2013

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Listing last updated: September 28, 2015

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Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer
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