Sarah Strickley's short story wins journal prize

Congratulations to Sarah Strickley, whose short story "Dewey Dell: An American Ghost Story" won the Editors' Prize in Prose from the journal Copper Nickel. The story appears in the current issue of that journal.
Sarah Strickley's short story wins journal prize

Sarah Strickley

Congratulations to Sarah Strickley, whose short story "Dewey Dell: An American Ghost Story" won the Editors' Prize in Prose from the journal Copper Nickel. The story appears in the current issue of that journal. You can read it online here on the Copper Nickel Website.

Sarah Anne Strickley is the author of Fall Together (Gold Wake Press, 2018)She’s a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing fellowship, an Ohio Arts grant, a Glenn Schaeffer Award from the International Institute of Modern Letters, and other honors. Her stories and essays have appeared in Oxford American, A Public Space, Witness, Harvard Review, Gulf Coast, The Southeast Review, The Normal School, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere. She’s a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and earned her P.h.D. from the University of Cincinnati. She teaches creative writing and serves as faculty editor of Miracle Monocle at the University of Louisville.