Stacey Levine, photo by Alice Wheeler

Stacey Levine is the author of four books of fiction. Her story collection THE GIRL WITH BROWN FUR, which was longlisted for The Story Prize, was also shortlisted for the Washington State Book Award in 2012. Her novel FRANCES JOHNSON was shortlisted for the Washington State Book Award in 2005, and her collection MY HORSE AND OTHER STORIES won a PEN/West Fiction Award. My Horse and Levine’s novel Dra—  were published by the much-lauded Sun & Moon Press in the 1990s. A Puschcart Prize nominee, her fiction has appeared in the Denver Quarterly, Fence, Tin House, The Fairy Tale Review, The Iowa Review, The Notre Dame Review, Yeti, and other venues. She has contributed reviews and articles to the American Book Review, Bookforum, The Seattle Times, The Seattle Weekly, The Stranger, and the Chicago Reader. Levine received a Stranger Genius Award for Literature in 2009 and was a recipient of a Seattle Artist Trust Fellowship. Her fiction has been translated for Japanese and Danish publications.