About Brandon Dudley
My fiction, essays, reviews and interviews have been featured in The Millions, storySouth, Fiction Writer's Review, Fiction Advocate and others.
In 2017, my story "Coyotes" won a Maine Literary Award for short fiction, was published in The Forge Literary Magazine, and nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
In 2018, I was a recipient of a fellowship from the MWPA to attend the Monson Arts Residency.
I am a recipient of an Exceptional Manuscript scholarship from Sierra Nevada College, and have also won scholarships from the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance and Slice Magazine. In 2015, I was a finalist in the Slice Magazine Bridging the Gap Competition, as well as a nominee for the storySouth Million Writers Award.
In August of 2016, I received my MFA in fiction from Sierra Nevada College, where I studied with writers such as Alan Heathcock, Rebecca Makkai, Mike McCormack, Ben Percy, Christian Kiefer, and editor Steven Woodward.