Jeffrey Ihlenfeldt writes and teaches in Lancaster, PA. His short stories have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including Story Quarterly, Southern Humanities Review, Columbia Review, and Adirondack Review. Recently named as finalist for The Fulton Prize for Short Fiction, he has been a featured author at events including the Lancaster Book Festival, Greater Reading Literary Festival, Wildwood Writers' Festival, and has been a writer-in-residence at Ledig House International Writer’s Colony, among others.
Publications and Prizes
Food and Other Enemies: Stories of Consuming Desire (Essex Press, 2000)
City Primeval, Columbia Review, Demos, Dog River Review, Farmer's Market, Full Circle, Ginosko Literary Journal, Louisville Review, Owen Wister Review, Solstice: A Magazine of Diverse Voices, Southern Humanities Review, Story Quarterly, The Adirondack Review, Third Wednesday, Verdad Magazine
Fulton Prize for Short Fiction-finalist, 2012; Fulton Prize for Short Fiction-finalist, 2010
Too Much Happiness,
Pilgrim at Tinker Creek,
Katherine Anne Porter
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Listing last updated: March 24, 2013