Lawrence Coates

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Author's Bio

Lawrence Coates has published five books of fiction, most recently a novel, "The Goodbye House," and a novella, "Camp Olvido." He teaches Creative Writing at Bowling Green State University.

Publications and Prizes

Camp Olvido
(Miami University Press, 2015)
, The Blossom Festival
(University of Nevada Press, 1999)
, The Garden of the World
(University of Nevada Press, 2012)
, The Goodbye House
(University of Nevada Press, 2015)
, The Master of Monterey
(University of Nevada Press, 2003)
Blue Mesa Review, Connecticut Review, Contemporary Satire, Greensboro Review, Long Story, Missouri Review, Santa Clara Review, Toyon, Writers' Forum
Prizes Won: 
National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in Fiction. Western States Book Award in Fiction. Selected for the Barnes and Noble 'Discover Great New Writers' program. Miami University Novella Prize. The Barthelme Prize in Short Prose. Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award.

Reviews, Recordings, and Interviews

More Information

Listed as: 
Fiction Writer
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Prefers to work with: 
Adults, Veterans
Fluent in: 
French, Spanish
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Raised in: 
El Cerrito, CA
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Last updated: Nov 30, 2016