Ann Beattie

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Ann Beattie is a novelist who lives in Charlottesville. Beattie has written over 10 books and is the Edgar Allan Poe Chair of the Department of English and Creative Writing at the University of Virginia[1].


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Honors & Awards[2]

  • The Award in Literature from The American Academy of Arts and Letters
  • Guggenheim Fellowship
  • The PEN/Malamud award for Excellence in Short Fiction

Bibliography

Short Story Collections

  • Distortions (1976)
  • Secrets and Surprises (1978)
  • The Burning House (1982)
  • What Was Mine (1991)
  • Where You’ll Find Me and Other Stories (1986)
  • Park City (1998)
  • Perfect Recall (2000)
  • Follies: New Stories (2005)
  • The New Yorker Stories (2011)

Novels

  • Chilly Scenes of Winter (1976)
  • Falling in Place (1981)
  • Love Always (1986)
  • Picturing Will (1989)
  • Another You (1995)
  • My Life, Starring Dara Falcon (1997)
  • The Doctor's House (2002)

Novellas

  • Walks With Men (2010)

Beattie at the Lannan Center

Ann Beattie reading at the Lannan Center in New York on March 28, 2012.

References

  1. Web. Ann Beattie, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, retrieved April 29, 2013.
  2. Web. Ann Beattie, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, retrieved April 29, 2013.

External Links

Paris Review Interview