Lindsay Fowler


PhD, University of Missouri, English/Creative Writing—nonfiction, 2023

MFA, University of Maryland, Creative Writing/Fiction, 2015

BA, Canisius College, Creative Writing and English Honors, 2011

Research and Teaching

Research interests: creative writing, speculative fiction and nonfiction, hybrid genres

Areas of Study:

- Creative Writing (Nonfiction and Fiction)

- Writing Pedagogy  


Lindsay Fowler’s writing has appeared in MonkeybicycleTahoma Literary ReviewGravel, and others. Her current projects include a hybrid nonfiction book about houses and the unexpected things that happen to people in them and an autofictional retelling of Virginia Woolf’s To The Lighthouse.

Awards and Honors

University of Missouri English Department Dissertation Year Fellow 2022-2023

  • Smokelong Quarterly Award for Flash Fiction Longlist 2018
  • Wigleaf Top 50 Longlist 2018


    Selected Publications


    “When the Mothers Wait,” Monkeybicycle

    “Wrong Half,” Tahoma Literary Review

    “The Cure for Loneliness,” Psychopomp Magazine

    “Leftovers,” Pithead Chapel


    “A Snake in the Basement,” Hobart

    “About a Woman at Work,” Pigeon Pages