Tess Gallagher Biography

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Although Tess Gallagher has established her reputation primarily as a poet, she has also won increasing recognition as a writer of fiction with the publication of two short-story collections, The Lover of Horses and Other Stories (1986) and At the Owl Woman Saloon (1997). Honors for her writing include fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts in poetry in 1977 and in fiction in 1987 and a three-year Lyndhurst Foundation fellowship in 1994. Gallagher won the Washington State Governor's Award for poetry in 1985 and 1993 and for fiction in 1987. She held the Lois and Willard Mackey Chair at Beloit College in both fiction and poetry for 1989 and 1990. Her poetry collection Moon Crossing Bridge (1992) was selected for the Notable Books list of the American Library Association in 1993, and her second collection of short stories, At the Owl Woman Saloon, appeared on the Notable Books list for 1997 in The New York Times. Gallagher is also...

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