Antonya Nelson

Antonya Nelson is the author of nine books of fiction (three novels and six collections of stories). Nelson’s work has appeared in The New Yorker, Esquire, Harper’s, Redbook, and in many other magazines, as well as in anthologies such as Prize Stories, the O. Henry Awards, and Best American Short Stories. Her books have been New York Times Notable Books of 1992, 1996, 1998, and 2000; in 2000 Nelson was also named by The New Yorker as one of the “twenty young fiction writers for the new millennium.” She is the recipient of the Rea Award for Short Fiction, a 2000–2001 NEA Grant, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Nelson teaches creative writing at the University of Houston and at Warren Wilson College. Her books are: 
The Expendables: Stories
In the Land of Men
Family Terrorists
Talking in Bed (Scribner)
Nobody’s Girl
Living to Tell: A Novel (Scribner)
Female Trouble: Stories (Scribner)
Some Fun—A Novella & Stories (Scribner)
Nothing Right