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Amy Stolls

Director of Literature

National Endowment for the Arts

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Alaska Center for the Book – Promote literacy in Alaska

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"Since its inception, the creative writing fellowship program has awarded more than $45 million to a diverse group of more than 3,000 writers, many of them emerging writers at the start of their careers," said NEA Director of Literature Programs, Amy Stolls.


Issue 31 | Creative Nonfiction

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Amy Stolls, literature program officer for the National Endowment for the Arts, calculates that according to recent trends, 87% of the population will claim "writer" as an occupation by 2025.
Furthermore, she writes, "the universal library of all human verbiage [will show] 1.4 million genres, with 230,000 subcategories labeled 'For Dummies.'" Um ... Amy Stolls Amy Stolls Amy Stolls is Literature Program Officer for the National Endowment for the Arts, where she manages the grants program in literature.


National Endowment for the Arts

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Will Frankel, Peede, and Stolls still be firmly entrenched in the organization?
My questions were apparently tough ones because they were first posed to Amy Stolls, NEA Literary Specialist, who then handed them over to her boss,Director of Literature Peede, who finally handed them over to his boss, Robert H. Frankel, Acting Deputy Chairman for Grants & Awards. By the way, this essay was also sent to each panelist, as well as Gioia, Frankel, Peede, and Stolls. Must I beg to become a member of the NEA-funded Council of Literary Magazines and Presses-which does not accept all journals applying for membership-, requisite for enrolling in a members-only, how-to-get-an-NEA-grant workshop, presented by Amy Stolls, NEA Literary Specialist?


Shrieking Tree - Web, Print, Film, and More

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Amy Stolls
Amy Stolls Web Site Amy Stolls ( Novelist ) Amy Stolls' site is a great example of design collaboration, incorporating our own ideas and those of our customer. We developed a textured, vibrant, friendly looking layout for Amy, and then incorporated photos of stuffed animals she sent us to make each page's heading a little bit different. It's also as functional as it is beautiful. Every time Amy wants to post to her blog, she can automatically forward that post to her Twitter and Facebook accounts. Amy Stolls is the author of the novel The Ninth Wife (HarperCollins, May 2011), and the young adult novel Palms to the Ground (Farrar, Straus & Giroux), published in 2005 to critical acclaim and a Parents' Choice Gold Award. She spent years as a journalist covering the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska before she received an MFA in creative writing from American University. Currently, she is the literature program officer for the National Endowment for the Arts, collaborating with thousands of writers, editors, booksellers, and publishers. Synopsis Visit Web Site About Amy Stolls


CLMP - Monograph Series and Resource Sheets

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Selections culled from three CLMP Virtual Roundtables on "Applying Effectively to the NEA" moderated By Amy Stolls, Literature Specialist for the NEA, which took place the week of February 6, 2006


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