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          Alexander Lumans was selected by Philip Roth at the Spring 2014 Philip Roth Resident

at Bucknell University. He was also awarded a fellowship to the 2015 Arctic Circle Residency,

where he sailed around Svalbard, Norway in a tall ship. He has been awarded fellowships

to the MacDowell Colony, the Yaddo Colony, VCCA, Blue Mountain Center, ART342, and

Norton Island, and he has been award scholarships to RopeWalk Writers Retreat, Sewanee

Writers’ Conference, and Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. He received the 2015 Wabash

Fiction Prize from Sycamore Review, the 2013 Gulf Coast Fiction Prize, 3rd place in the 2012

Story Quarterly FictionContest, the 2011 Barry Hannah Fiction Prize from The Yalobusha Review.

He also received a 2016 Colorado Career Advancement Award.

          His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Story Quarterly, TriQuarterly, Black Warrior

Review, Greensboro Review, American Short Fiction, Bat City Review, Gulf Coast, Cincinnati Review,

West Branch, F(r)iction, Blackbird, Hobart, PANK, Forty Stories from Harper Perennial, and

The Normal School, among many others. His work has also appeared in several anthologies:

Apocalypse Now, Surreal South 2009, 2011, 2013, The Versus Anthology, and The Book of Villains.

          He has published poetry, interviews, essays, creative-nonfiction, and reviews in Guernica,

Electric Literature, Glimmertrain, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Colorado Public Radio,

Sycamore Review, American Short Fiction, The Collagist, Southern Humanities Review, Fiction Unbound,

and Cosmonaut's Avenue. He has given readings and presentations across the U.S., including a

2014 AWP Conference panel and two 2016 AWP Conference panels. He is co-editor of the

anthology Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days. He is also an Assistant Editor

for American Short Fiction. He graduated from the M.F.A. Fiction Program at Southern Illinois

University Carbondale. He teaches at the University of Colorado-Denver and at Lighthouse

Writers Workshop.