Jeb Livingood

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Jeb Livingood is an American essayist, short story writer, editor, and academic.

Life[edit]

He graduated from University of Virginia, American University, George Mason University, and University of Virginia, with an M.F.A. in 2000.

He exhibited at the 1999 Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference in Albany, New York.[1]

He teaches at the University of Virginia,[2] where he is faculty advisor for Meridian.[3] He is the series editor for the Best New Poets anthology.

He is a commander in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve.

Awards[edit]

  • 2002 A.E. Coppard Prize for Long Fiction [4]
  • 2001 Finalist Jack Dyer Fiction Prize [5]

Works[edit]

  • “To Us,” CreamCity Review, Spring 2004.
  • "Motion Sickness," The Texas Review, Fall/Winter 2002.
  • "Signal Codes" White House Coffee Store Press, November 2002. ASIN: B000CBS0O0 Chapbook
  • "Charles Baxter: Fiction Resisting the Corilineal," The Hollins Critic, October 2000.
  • "From the Pilot to the Bombardier: An Anecdote on Literary Fame," The Texas Review, Spring/Summer 2001.
  • "Oh Albany, My Love," C-ville, March 21, 2000.
  • "Overnight Sensation, 1974," Writer’s Eye, 1999.
  • "The Summer Sea," Yemassee, Spring/Summer 1998.

Anthologies[edit]

  • Charles Baxter, John Kulka, Natalie Danford, ed (2001). Best new American voices 2001. Harcourt. ISBN 978-0-15-601065-8.

Editor[edit]

Essay[edit]

References[edit]