publications.


FICTION.


 
 

POETRY.


 

BOOK REVIEWS.


 

nominations, awards, etc.


NOMINATIONS.


 
 
  • best of the net (fiction) | "all of us animals" | longleaf review | 2018
     
  • pushcart prize (fiction) | "slather" | cheap pop | 2017
     
  • best small fictions | "slather" | cheap pop | 2017
     
  • best of the net (fiction) | "serpentine" | still: the journal | 2017
     
  • pushcart prize (poetry) | "waterfall" | north carolina literary review | 2016
     
  • pushcart prize (fiction) | "sakura" | north carolina literary review | 2014

AWARDS.


 
  • finalist | james applewhite poetry prize | "driving with lucretius" | 2017
     
  • honorable mention |james applewhite poetry prize | "severance" | 2017
     
  • 2nd place | 2015 james applewhite poetry prize | "waterfall" | 2015
     
  • honorable mention | doris betts fiction prize | 2013

ANTHOLOGIES.


 
  • crack the spine xvi | "nightmares" | dec 2017
    • originally published online in crack the spine issue 218, jun 2017

public appearances.


READINGS & PANELS.


  • gradutation reading |spalding university mfa in writing | louisville, ky | may 2017
    • excerpts from creative thesis, crazy house: a novel  
       
      • "james applewhite & more" | quail ridge books | raleigh, nc | nov 2016
        • reading with fellow 2015 and 2016 winners and finalists of the james applewhite poetry prize, along with readings by james applewhite
        • reading of "waterfall," 2nd place winner in 2015 
      • "global north carolina literature" | panel discussion | north carolina writers' conference | asheville, nc | jul 2014
      • north carolina literary review issue 22 release party | malaprops bookstore | asheville, nc | aug 2013
        • with writers published in the issue 22 (2013) and those with work forthcoming in issue 23 (2014)
        • reading from "sakura"

      press.



      REVIEWS.


       
      • review of north carolina literary review, issue 23 | new pages | dec 2014
        • "Annie Frazier’s short story 'Sakura' was a Doris Betts Fiction Prize Finalist. ...[T]he power of a first-person narrator, here an elderly Japanese woman, obliterates the distance between author, reader, and subject, transporting us to a place we’ve never been, a place that only exists on the page and yet feels so real that we could walk around it blindfolded after shutting the magazine." –Elaine Fowler Palencia

      INTERVIEWS.


       

      etcetera.


      SCHOLARLY WORK.


       
      • "two selves: crafting effective first-person retrospective narrators" | lecture | spalding university | may 2017
         
      • "telling girlhood: narratorial duality and the expansion of the female bildungsroman" | extended critical essay | spalding university | mar 2016
         
      • "as you look closer, you notice: ekphrasis in three ancient greek novels" | honors thesis | new college of florida | apr 2008

      WORK IN THE LITERARY FIELD.