Karin Cecile Davidson is originally from the Gulf Coast. She has completed a novel and a short story collection. Her stories have appeared in The Los Angeles Review, Passages North, Post Road, Iron Horse Literary Review, New Delta Review, R.kv.r.y., storySouth, Waccamaw, and elsewhere. Her awards include a 2015 artist residency at The Studios of Key West, an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award for 2014, A Room of Her Own Foundation’s Spring 2012 Orlando Prize for Short Fiction, the 2012 Waasmode Short Fiction Prize, and a Peter Taylor Fellowship for the 2012 Kenyon Writers Workshop. Her fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net Award, and shortlisted in several writing competitions, including the Nelligan Prize, the Jaimy Gordon Fiction Prize, the Iron Horse Single Author Competition, the Faulkner-Wisdom Writing Competition, the UK Bridport Prize, and the Autumn House Fiction Prize. She has an MFA from Lesley University and is the Interviews Editor at Newfound Journal.
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Barnacles - Karin Cecile Davidson
Karin Cecile Davidson was awarded an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award for Fiction for 2014.