Sherrie Flick

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Sherrie Flick is an American fiction writer.

Her fiction has appeared in Prairie Schooner, North American Review, Quarterly West, Puerto del Sol, Weave Magazine, and Quick Fiction, among other literary magazines.

She has received artist residencies from the Ucross Foundation, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, as well as a Tennessee Williams Fellowship from Sewanee Writers’ Conference. She received a 2007 individual artist fellowship from Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.

For 10 years, Flick was artistic director and co-founder of the Gist Street Reading Series in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She teaches fiction writing at the Chatham University MFA Program in Creative Writing. She also has taught interdisciplinary writing workshops in arts institutions, including Carnegie Museum of Art and Silver Eye Center for Photography, and curates literary programs in alternative settings like Wood-Fired Words in Braddock, PA.

Books[edit]

  • I Call This Flirting, short fiction (Chico: Flume Press, 2004).
  • Reconsidering Happiness, novel (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009).
  • Whiskey, Etc., short stories (Plano: Queen's Ferry Press, 2016).

Sources[edit]

Contemporary Authors Online. The Gale Group, 2008.

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