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Lara Prescott has worked as a raspberry picker, professional animal protection advocate, and international political operative. She's lived in Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and Namibia (among many other places). Currently, she is a Fiction Fellow at the Michener Center for Writers, herds cats, and envies people with old trucks. Lara's work has appeared in The Southern Review, The Hudson Review, CrazyhorseTin House Flash Fridays, Day One, and more.

Lara lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, the activist and author Matthew Prescott. She is currently at work on a novel. 

REPRESENTATION
Lara is represented by Jeff Kleinman at Folio Literary Management.

PUBLICATIONS
Small Practical HelpDay One, January 2017
AEDINOSAURCrazyhorse, Fall 2016
Those Who BurnThe Hudson Review, Autumn 2016
Swimming LessonsThe Southern Review, Summer 2015
Man CampBridge Eight Literary Magazine, Spring 2015
JuliaDay One, August 2014
Beetle BattleTin House Flash Fridays, July 2014
Deep End, CHEAP POP, June 2014

AWARDS & RECOGNITION
2017: Finalist, Keene Prize for Fiction
2017: Nominee, Pushcart Prize (for Those Who Burn and AEDINOSAUR)
2016: Winner, Crazyhorse Fiction Prize
2016: Winner, Fania Kruger Fellowship 
2016: Honorable Mention, The Hudson Review's Short Fiction contest
2015: Honorable Mention, The Cincinnati Review Robert and Adele Schiff Awards

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