M. M. De Voe
M. M. De Voe is a Manhattan-based writer whose short fiction has won many literary prizes. Anthologized alongside Joyce Carol Oates and Margaret Atwood and nominated for three Pushcart Prizes, most recent placements include The Brooklyn Rail, BuzzyMag, Black Static (winner of Campaign for Real Fear), Mississippi Review, Bellevue Review, Oklahoma Review, Sojourn (Editor’s Prize), Literal Latte (first prize, short-short), NMW (first prize, short-short), and Speck Lit.
Recipient of multiple grants including the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, Fund for Creative Communities, and Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation Grant for Historical Fiction with Gay Positive Characters. Inaugural winner University of Notre Dame of Maryland’s Sigma Tau Delta Outstanding Alumni Award (2014). Founder and Executive Director of Pen Parentis, Columbia University Writing Fellow, MFA.