Alison Stine

Author's Bio

ALISON STINE is a writer and visual artist in Appalachia. She is the author of a novel SUPERVISION (HarperVoyagerUK, 2015), along with the poetry books WAIT and OHIO VIOLENCE, and the chapbook LOT OF MY SISTER. Her work has appeared in The Kenyon Review, The Nation, The Paris Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, Tin House, The Toast, and many others. In 2015, she was awarded a Literature Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts for her essays. She lives in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains with her son.

Publications and Prizes

Ohio Violence
(University of North Texas Press, 2009)
(HarperCollins Publishers, 2015)
, Wait
(University of Wisconsin Press, 2011)
Bedside Guide to the No-Tell Motel: 2nd Floor
(No Tell Books, 2007)
, Big Water
(Main Street Rag Press, 2008)
, Literary Cash: Writings Inspired by the Lengendary Johnny Cash
(BenBella Books, 2007)
, Luna, Luna: Creative Writing Ideas from Spanish and Latino Literature
(Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 1997)
, Satellite Convulsions:Poems from Tin House
(Tin House/Bloomsbury, 2008)
, Shooting the Rat
(Hanging Loose Press, 2003)
Agni Online, Antioch Review, Ecotone, Georgetown Review, Kenyon Review, Paris Review, Pebble Lake Review, Phoebe, Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Santa Clara Review, Swink, Sycamore Review, Tin House, Words on Walls
Lot of My Sister
(Kent State University Press, 2001)
Prizes Won: 
NEA Literature Fellowship, Ruth Lilly Prize, Wallace Stegner Fellowship, Brittingham Prize, Vassar Miller Prize, Wick Poetry Chapbook Prize, Willow Springs Poetry Prize, Academy of American Poets Prize, Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction

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Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer, Poet
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Last updated: Apr 04, 2016