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NATHALIE ARNOLD
(N. S. Kˆenings) (2004 Graduate)

Hometown: Schaerbeek, Belgium
Ph.D., Indiana University, 2003
M.A., Indiana University, 1998
B.A., Bryn Mawr College, 1991
Fiction in Glimmer Train and Story Quarterly. Fiction chapbook from White Eagle Coffee Store Press Long Fiction International Contest. Nonfiction in Research in African Literatures and THE BULLETS WERE RAINING: THE JANUARY 2001 ATTACK ON PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATORS IN ZANZIBAR (Human Rights Watch Press, 2002).
First Prize, White Eagle Coffee Store Press Long Fiction International Contest, 2003. Ledig House International Writers' Colony Residency Fellowship, 2003. Booth Tarkingon Thesis Year Fellowship in Fiction, Indiana University, 2003. Semi-finalist, Pirate's Alley Faulkner Society Award for the Novella, 2003. Finalist, Glimmer Train's Summer Fiction Open, 2002. Carleton T. Hodge Prize for Outstanding Achievement in African Studies, Indiana University, 2002. Fiction Editor, Indiana Review, 2000-03. William E. Wilson Fellowship in Fiction, Indiana University, 2000-01.
Current Position: Visiting Assistant Professor of Fiction Writing, School for Interdisciplinary Arts, Hampshire College.