Stacey Levine is the author of five books of uniquely original voice-driven fiction. Her novel MICE 1961, a comic-dramatic exploration of two sisters’ relationship and set during the Cold War, will be published by in 2024. Levine’s short fiction collection THE GIRL WITH BROWN FUR, longlisted for The Story Prize, was also shortlisted for the Washington State Book Award. Her novel FRANCES JOHNSON was shortlisted for the Washington State Book Award, and her collection MY HORSE AND OTHER STORIES won a PEN Fiction Award. MY HORSE and Levine’s novel DRA— were published by the much-lauded Los Angeles-based Sun & Moon Press her short fiction has been translated for Danish and Japanese publications.
A frequent guest presenter at university writing programs, Levine has published fiction in The Brooklyn Rail, Tin House, Fence, The Fairy Tale Review, The Santa Monica Review, Yeti, The Iowa Review, and other venues. A collaborator on several projects with experimental cellist and composer Lori Goldston, Levine received a Stranger Genius Award for Literature and other fellowships. She lives and teaches in Seattle.
Artist Support Program 1995 (with Lori Goldston): The Post Office