Trevor Mackesey was the Associate Director of the Indiana University Writers' Conference, a former Fiction Editor of the Indiana Review, and a recipient of a "Writers in the World" travel fellowship. He received a B.A. in English from Colby College and an MLitt in Creative Writing with Distinction from the University of St Andrews. He has served time as a ranch hand, a pawnbroker, a line cook, and an Investment Advisor, and has lived in seven states and three countries. Trevor's fiction was nominated for an AWP Intro Award, has appeared in [PANK], and often draws from experience to explore themes of identity and displacement. At present, he is working on a collection while teaching and living with a border collie mix who answers to Dogface.
Sometimes he embarasses himself on twitter: @trmackesey.
- Guy Lemmon Award for Public Writing (2015)