ERIC BOYD

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Eric Boyd is a fiction writer living in Pittsburgh.

 

A recipient of a PEN American Center Prison Writing Award and Slice Magazine's Bridging the Gap Award, Boyd's work has been published by GuernicaJoylandHobart, and The Offing. His stories also appeared in the anthologies Prison Noir and Words Without Walls. He is the editor of The Pittsburgh Anthology.

 

Boyd holds an MFA from The Writers Foundry in Brooklyn. He wrote a story collection called Brownfields and is currently working on a novel called Rah-Rah.

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S E L E C T   W R I T I N G

E D I T I N G,  T E A C H I N G +

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PRAISE FOR

THE PITTSBURGH ANTHOLOGY

PEN Prison Writing Award (2012, fiction)
Bridging the Gap Award (2015)
PF/PCA Flight School Fellowship (2017)

Market Street Arts Festival (2013, fiction)
H.E. Francis Award (2015, Semi-finalist)
NAR Twitter Contest (Honorable Mention)
B. Snopes’ Story of the Month (Nov. 2015)

Tin House Summer Workshop (2014)

Pushcart Prize (nominated 2013/16/17)

AWARDS, ETC.

INTERVIEWS &  ARTICLES

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Homestead Writers Group

 

a free, monthly writing workshop (sponsored by Chatham University's "Words Without Walls" program), held every 2nd Saturday at Steel Valley Roasters

 

 

 

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