JAMES STILL AWARD FOR WRITING ABOUT THE APPALACHIAN SOUTH

Michael Croley, 2020 Recipient 
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     Michael Croley is the author of Any Other Place: Stories. He has won several awards from Kentucky Arts Council, the Key West Literary Seminar and the Sewanee Writers Conference. His debut novel, Any Other Places: Stories, appearing in the Narrative, Catapult, Kenyon Review Online, and elsewhere. He has written many essays. He was born in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, in Corbin, Kentucky. Croley graduated from Florida State and the University of Memphis writing programs. He now teaches English and Narrative Journalism at Denison University.

PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS:

Terry Roberts, 2017

Jesse Graves, 2015

Wayne Caldwell, 2013

Jeff Daniel Marion, 2011

Michael McFee, 2009

Pamela Duncan, 2007

Ron Rash, 2005

Silas House, 2003

George Scarborough, 2001

Charles Frazier, 1999

James Still, 1997