Lucy Corin is the author of the short story collection The Entire Predicament (Tin House Books) and the novel Everyday Psychokillers:  A History for Girls (FC2).  The collection One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses was released in September 2013 from McSweeney’s Books.LucyAuthorColor2013

Stories have appeared in American Short Fiction, Conjunctions, Ploughshares, Tin House Magazine, New Stories From the South:  The Year’s Best and many other places.  She’s been a fellow at Breadloaf and Sewanee, and a resident at Yaddo and the Radar Lab.  She spent 2012-13 living at the American Academy in Rome as the 2012 John Guare Fellow in Literature.  She is at work on a novel, The Swank Hotel.

Lucy Corin has a BA from Duke University and an MFA from Brown.  She’s an Associate Professor at University of California, Davis where she teaches in the English Department and Creative Writing Program along with fiction writers Pam Houston, Lynn Freed, and Yiyun Li, and poets Joshua Clover, Joe Wenderoth, and Alan Williamson.

The dated entries on this site are my effort to make a public version writer’s notebook.

Thanks to Christy Schaefer for designing this site and Sara Seinberg and Ginger Robinson at Robinberg Photography for the images.

4 Responses to HOME

  1. Jill Meyers says:

    Thanks for contributing to the ASF blog! The writing rituals post is here.

  2. Dominique Reill says:

    This website is the whimsy I cherish.

  3. Jennifer Knust says:

    Anxiously awaiting One Hundred Apocalypses!

  4. lucy says:

    thanks Jenny! funny, too–

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