Amina Gautier has published more than 85 short stories and has been the recipient of the Crazyhorse Prize, the Jack Dyer Prize, and the Lamar York Prize in Fiction. She has also received grants from the Illinois Arts Council and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Her fiction has been supported by the American Antiquarian Society, Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference, Callaloo Writer’s Workshop, Hurston/Wright Foundation Writer’s Workshop, Kimbilio, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center, and the MacDowell Colony. She recently won the Elixir Press 2014 Fiction Award, and her book The Loss of all Lost Things will be published in 2016.
ARTICLES FEATURING AMINA
When Much Is at Stake: An Interview with Amina Gautier
In "Now We Will Be Happy," both music and food perform political and cultural functions, operating in ways that culturally include and exclude characters....