Profile

Erin Stalcup is the author of the story collection, And Yet It Moves (Indiana University Press, 2016), and the novel Every Living Species (Gold Wake Press, 2017).

Her fiction has appeared in The Kenyon Review, The Sun, Hinchas de Poesía, and elsewhere, and her creative nonfiction was listed as a Notable Essay in The Best American Essays 2016.

Erin received her MFA from Warren Wilson College’s Program for Writers, and later served as the Joan Beebe Fellow at Warren Wilson. After teaching in community colleges, universities, and prisons in New York City, North Carolina, Texas, and Arizona, she recently joined the faculty in the MFA Program in Writing & Publishing at Vermont College of Fine Arts. Erin is the Editor of Hunger Mountain.

You can read and hear some of her work at www.erinstalcup.com.

 

Education

MFA - Creative Writing | Warren Wilson
BA - English | Northern Arizona University

Selected work

James Scott

Visiting Faculty, MFA in Writing & Publishing

Caitlin Leffel

Visiting Faculty, MFA in Writing & Publishing

Rita Banerjee

Director & Faculty, MFA in Writing & Publishing

Frances Cannon

Visiting Faculty, MFA in Writing & Publishing

Ariel Francisco

Visiting Faculty, MFA in Writing & Publishing

Matthew Dickman

Faculty, MFA in Writing; Postgraduate Writers' Conference; Visiting Faculty, MFA in Writing & Publishing