annie frazier.

publications


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fiction.

 

 

poetry.

 

 

book reviews.

 

 


Bio & Contact


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bio.

the basics.

Annie Frazier grew up in North Carolina, lives in Florida, and received an MFA in fiction from Spalding University (Louisville, KY) in 2017, where she served as Social Media Coordinator for the program and as a student editor for The Louisville Review.

Annie's fiction and poetry have appeared in print and online at Longleaf ReviewCabinet of Heed, Philosophical IdiotCHEAP POPStill: The JournalCrack the Spineapt magazine, and North Carolina Literary Review, and her work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Best Small Fictions, and Best of the Net.

a little more.

You can read book reviews by Annie at Paste Magazine and NCLR Online. She hopes to pursue writing reviews again in the future.

Annie currently serves as Social Media Editor for the online literary journal Pithead Chapel, the Spalding MFA Alumni Association, and others. 

You'll find all of Annie's publications listed and excerpted here, read her full curriculum vitae here, contact her via the email form below, and connect directly on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.


still going.

Annie currently manages a small horse farm of retired show jumpers in Central Florida. She studied Classics as an undergrad at New College of Florida. She's currently working on a bunch of flash fiction, short stories, and poems. And revising a novel...


social.


get in touch.

 

News


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curriculum vitae


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publications.


FICTION.

[FLASH FICTION]

[SHORT STORIES]

  • "serpentinestill: the journal | jun 2017
     

  • "sakura" | north carolina literary review (print)jul 2014


POETRY.

  • "severance"north carolina literary review (print) | june 2018
     
  • "driving with lucretius"north carolina literary review  (print) | june 2018
     
  • "deciphering the oracle" philosophical idiot | june 2018
     
  • "florida fauna suburbia"cabinet of heed | may 2018
     
  • "farm nights" | nclr online | jan 2018
     
  • "waterfall"north carolina literary review (print) | jul 2016

BOOK REVIEWS.


nominations, contests, etc.


NOMINATIONS.

  • best of the net | poetry | "farm nights" | north carolina literary review | 2018
     
  • 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

CONTESTS & AWARDS.

  • finalist |2017 james applewhite poetry prize | "driving with lucretius"
     

  • honorable mention | 2017 james applewhite poetry prize | "severance"
     

  • 2nd place | 2015 james applewhite poetry prize | "waterfall" 
     

  • honorable mention | 2013 doris betts fiction prize | "sakura"


ANTHOLOGY.


readings, etc.


READINGS & PANELS.

  • graduation 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 winners and finalists of the 2015/2016 james applewhite poetry prize, along with readings by james applewhite
           
      • "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
        • reading with writers published in issue 22 (2013) and those with work forthcoming in issue 23 (2014)

      press.


      NEWS.


      REVIEWS.

      • review of north carolina literary review, issue 23 | new pages | dec 2014
        • "[T]he power of a first-person narrator . . . 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.


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