Lacey N. Dunham
Lacey N. Dunham's fiction, essays, and reviews have appeared in Saltwater Quarterly, The Collagist, the Ploughshares blog, Full Stop, Used Furniture Review, The Washington Spark, and The Feminist Review, among others. Previously editor-in-chief at THIS Literary Magazine and a former judge in the fiction/short story category for the Minnesota Book Awards, she now reads for the literary journals A Public Space and Recommended Reading. For several years she worked as a bookseller at independent bookstores. She is a 2012 Loft Mentorship Series finalist, recipient of the 2006 Alexis Geneva Knox Fellowship for creative support toward a writing project, and the 2002 recipient of the Melanie Hook Rice Award for Creative Fiction from Hollins University.
She does not live in Brooklyn, where she is completing work on a novel.