Rebecca Stowe




Rebecca Stowe is the author of three novels: Not the End of the World ("An extraordinary achievement..." Joan Didion); The Shadow of Desire ("Memorable and powerful.." Fay Weldon); and One Good Thing ("Surreal, smashing stuff..." London Mirror). Her short stories, essays and book reviews have appeared in The Michigan Quarterly Review, The Florida Review, Cottonwood, Modern Maturity, Country Living, Chronogram, Our Town and other publications.

She has received grants and fellowships from The New York Foundation for the Arts, the Barbara Demming Memorial Fund, the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, VCCA, the Milay Colony for the Arts, and Ragdale. She is a member of the Authors Guild and PEN.

She has taught writing at the University of Oregon and the 92nd St. Y in New York City. She also works with private students. For information about private tutorials and manuscript critiques, click on the link below.

She lives in Upstate New York and is currently at work on a collection of short stories, all of which take place in her native Michigan.




WRITING TUTORIALS AND MANUSCRIPT CRITIQUES


Selected Works

Fiction
“An extraordinary achievement, a perfectly controlled novel that explodes on impact into astonishing and quite lethal shards.”
--Joan Didion
“Memorable and powerful… Rebecca Stowe can’t write a boring sentence.”
--Fay Weldon
“Packed with chainsaw wit, oddball characters and philosophical observations… Surreal, smashing stuff”
-London Mirror
Magazine articles
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