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Andrea Luttrell grew up just outside of Fort Worth, Texas. She received her BA from Barnard College, her MFA in fiction from New York University, and an MA from Southern Methodist University, where she is abd in American Literature, with a focus in Women’s and Gender Studies.


She was awarded a Tin House fellowship to attend the Summer Literary Seminars in Russia, a fellowship to attend the Postgraduate Writer’s Conference at the Vermont Center for Fine Arts, a funded SAFTA residency, and the honorable mention for the nonfiction contest for the 2017 San Miguel de Allende Writer’s Conference. Her poetry has been published in S/tick, Stirring, Tinderbox, Mead, and Memorious. Her prose has been published in The New York Times, Texas Highways, D Magazine, The Sun, Painted Bride Quarterly, Carve, The Gettysburg Review and Salt Hill.

She is currently working on a novel.

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