Lacey Rowland

Lacey Rowland
Graduate Instructor
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BA in English, Boise State University, 2014

MFA in Creative Writing, Oregon State University, 2016

PhD in English, University of Missouri, Columbia (in progress)

Research and Teaching

Areas of Study

  • Modern and Contemporary Literature
  • Creative Writing


Areas of creative and critical interest: Creative Writing, Contemporary American Literature, Environmental Literature, Ecocriticism.


Pronouns: she/her/hers

Lacey Rowland is a writer from the West. She is currently at work on her novel Rootbound.

Awards and Honors

AWP Intro Journals Prize in Fiction, 2020

June Dodge Fellow – The Mineral School, 2018

Joyce Carol Oates Commencement Award in Fiction – Oregon State University, 2016

Montana Book Festival - Emerging Writers Contest Finalist, 2016

Glimmer Train - New Writers Award Honorable Mention, 2016

Glimmer Train - New Writers Award Top 25, 2016

Selected Publications

“Someone Tell A Story, Something To Pass The Time” – Tahoma Literary Review, 2020

“Atomic City” – Pleiades, 2019

Self-Guided Tours (poems) – Hobart, 2018

“Heroes and Villains” – Cutbank, 201