Lacey N. Dunham

                                                                                                         Writer & Editor. 

Lacey N. Dunham's fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Ploughshares (online) Midwestern Gothic, The Other Stories, The Collagist, and Full Stop, among others. She received her degree in creative writing from Hollins University, where she was awarded the Melanie Hook Rice Award for Creative Fiction. The editor of five anthologies, she has also worked with the literary journals A Public Space and Electric Literature's Recommended Reading, served as a judge of the Minnesota Book Awards, and has worked in publishing, arts administration, and literacy and writing education for over fifteen years. An editor at Necessary Fiction, she is also the Writers in Schools Director at the PEN/Faulkner Foundation and lives in Washington, DC with her two cats. Lacey is a first-generation college graduate, an avid birder, and an active hiker and backcountry camper. Follow her on Twitter and see her latest hikes via Instagram

Lacey is available to: 
  • lead creative writing workshops for youth and adults
  • moderate an author reading conversation 
  • moderate or participate in a panel discussion on writing, the literary arts, arts education, or arts administration careers
  • participate as a reader (fiction, nonfiction)

For more information or to get in touch, email her