Nelly Reifler on the Craft of Fiction

Barbara Walters Campus Center Room B

Open to the public

/ Thursday


Nelly Reifler: BA, Hampshire College. MFA, Sarah Lawrence College. Author of a story collection, See Through, and novel, Elect H. Mouse State Judge; fiction in magazines and journals including Story, Tweed's, BOMB, McSweeney’s, Nerve, Black Book, The Milan Review, and Lucky Peach, as well as in the anthologies 110 Stories: New York Writes After September 11, Lost Tribe: New Jewish Fiction from the Edge, Found Magazine’s Requiem for a Paper Bag, and No Near Exit: Writers Select Their Favorite Work from Post Road Magazine. Fiction also read on NPR's Selected Shorts and as an Audible a la Carte edition. Recipient of a Henfield Prize, a UAS Explorations Prize, and a Rotunda Gallery Emerging Curator grant for work with fiction and art. Writer in Residence, Western Michigan University, 2014; Recommendations editor at Post Road 2010-present. SLC, 2002–