Recognition


Pushcart nomination for "Stained with Lime." Cimarron Review, Issue 195. (2016)

Graduate Student Excellence Fellowship: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Graduate School. (2016)

Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship Alternate: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Graduate School. (2016)

Iowa Writer's House workshop scholarship: Iowa City, IA. (2016)

"Pilgrimage, 1988." Winner: Poetry Moves Poetry Contest. Sponsored by Printed Matter Vancouver, C-Tran, and Arts of Clark County. (2015)

Distinguished Graduate Student Fellowship: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Graduate School. (2015)

Utah Reflections: Stories from the Wasatch Front. Winner of the Bronze Feather - Recommended Read Award in Creative Nonfiction from the League of Utah Writers. (2015)

Student Success Award: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. For dedication to student academic success as a teacher. (2014)

Ellen Hunnicut Prize for an excerpt from The Wildish Boys - a novel. The contest recognizes an unpublished novel or novella by a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student.  (2014)

Wladyslaw Cieszynski Literary Prize for "Seemingly Unrelated Events" published in december, V24, Dec. 2013. Contest recognizes a previously published work, poetry, fiction, or nonfiction by a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student. (2014)

James A. Sappenfield Fellowship: for academic excellence by a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee graduate student. Recipients are selected by English Department faculty within each graduate plan: Literature and Cultural Theory; Rhetoric and Composition; Creative Writing; Professional Writing; and Media, Cinema and Digital Studies. (2014)

Pushcart nomination for "Seemingly Unrelated Events." december, Vol 24. (2013)

Chancellor's Award: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, English Department, PhD Creative Writing program. (2013)

"Thicker Than Water." Editors' Choice First Quarterly Review in Short Fiction from Bewildering Stories. (March 2008)

"Black Bird." Editor's Choice Award in 2007 VERY Short Story and Narrative Prose Poem Contest from Lunch Hour Stories Magazine (2008) and Whidbey Writers Student Choice Award (2007).

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