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Eddie Chuculate is an Muscogee Creek short fiction author, also of Cherokee descent. He won an O. Henry Prize in 2007 for his story, Galveston Bay, 1826. Chuculate's stories have appeared in Manoa, Ploughshares, the Iowa Review, Blue Mesa Review and Many Mountains Moving. His debut collection of stories, "Cheyenne Madonna," is forthcoming in Spring 2010 from Black Sparrow Books/David R. Godine, Publisher in Boston. He is an editor for the Trillium Literary Journal.

Background

Chucalate was born in Muskogee, Oklahomamarker in 1972. He worked as a newspaper sports writer for nine years. He later earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing from the Institute of American Indian Arts and held a Wallace Stegner Fellowship at Stanford Universitymarker.

References

  1. Craig S. Womack, Red on Red: Native American Literary Separatism, University of Minnesota Press, 2009, p.1
  2. Editors, Trillium Literary Journal, trilliumliteraryjournal.org, retrieved 8 August 2009
  3. "Author Spotlight", The Pen/O. Henry Prizes, randomhouse.com, retrieved 8 August 2009



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