Dixon Hearne

700 Guthrie Road
Sterlington, LA 71280

Author's Bio

Dixon Hearne lives and writes in Louisiana. He is the author of four books and editor/co-editor of several anthologies. His short fiction, poetry, and non-fiction appear widely in magazines, journals and anthologies, including Oxford American, Tulane Review, Louisiana Literature, Wisconsin Review, New Plains Review, Cream City Review, Big Muddy, Mature Living and Hawai'i Pacific Review, and The Southern Poetry Anthology-Louisiana, Vol. 4.

Publications and Prizes

From Tickfaw to Shongaloo
(Southeast Missouri State University Press, 2015)
, Native Voices, Native Lands
(Silver Boomer Books, 2013)
, Plantatia: High-toned and Lowdown Stories of the South
(Southeast Missouri State University Press, 2009)
Prizes Won: 
Sole Runner-Up 2014 Faulkner-Wisdom Writing Competition. Pushcart Prize - 2 nominations; Creative Spirit Award-platinum, best fiction book; Spur Award nominee, and other literary awards/honors.

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now: 
You Don't Know Me by James Nolan
Burning Bright by Ron Rash
Harlow by David Armand
A Childhood by Harry Crews
No Regrets, Coyote by John Dufresne

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Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer, Poet
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West Monroe, LA
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Last updated: May 18, 2015