Lacey N. Dunham
Lacey N. Dunham's fiction, essays, and reviews have appeared in Midwestern Gothic, Saltwater Quarterly, The Collagist, Ploughshares blog, and Full Stop, among others, and she reads submissions for the literary journal A Public Space.
Currently, she serves as programs director at 826DC, a chapter of the national non-profit network co-founded by Dave Eggers to inspire children to write. She has been an indie bookseller and marketing director for Politics & Prose Bookstore, a judge for the Minnesota Book Awards, and publicist for a small press. She received a BA in creative writing from Hollins University, where she was awarded the Melanie Hook Rice Award for Creative Fiction.
She does not live in Brooklyn with her two cats, and recently completed a novel. Follow her on Twitter and see what she's eating for dinner via Instagram.