Andrew Malan Milward
A native of Lawrence, Kansas, and a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, Andrew Malan Milward has published fiction in many places including Zoetrope, The Southern Review, Columbia, Conjunctions, and Best New American Voices. He was a finalist for the National Magazine Award in 2008, and his first book, The Agriculture Hall of Fame, was awarded the Juniper Prize in Fiction and issued by the University of Massachusetts Press, 2012. He has served as the McCreight Fiction Fellow at the University of Wisconsin, a Steinbeck Fellow at San Jose State University, and has received fellowships and awards from the Lannan Foundation, the Santa Fe Art Institute, the Norman Mailer Colony, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Corporation of Yaddo. He is the Editor of Mississippi Review.
- "I Was a Revolutionary", Harper Collins, Summer 2015.
- "Hard Feelings" in Story, Winter 2014.
- "Good Men A Long Time Gone" in American Short Fiction, Fall 2014.
- "What is to Be Done?" in Ninth Letter, Fall 2014.
- "I Was a Revolutionary" (book), HarperCollins, August 18, 2015.
- "The Americanist," Guernica, Summer 2015.
- "I Was a Revolutionary" (story), Virginia Quarterly Review, Spring 2015.
- "Good Men a Long Time Gone," American Short Fiction, Spring 2015.
- Jentel Artist Residency Fellowship, Summer 2014.
- Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Fellowship, Summer 2014.
- Rivendell Writers' Colony Fellowship, Summer 2015