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Guggenheim Fellows Revealed for 2012

The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has released its list of 2012 Fellows for the U.S. and Canada and the list includes a number of literary winners.

Robert S. Levine won the fellowship for American Literature. The English Literature fellows include: Denise Gigante, Andrea K. HendersonJonathan LambPaul Stevens and James A. WinnMargot E. Fassler and Ramie Targoff were awarded a fellowship for Medieval and Renaissance Literature.

Faith E. BeasleyWilliam Luis, and Maxim D. Shrayer were awarded the fellowship for European and Latin American Literature. Judith Evans Grubbs and Melissa Lane won the fellowship for Classics and Alan Mintz won the fellowship for Literary Criticism.

The fiction winners include: John DufresneBarbara GowdyLydia MilletLance OlsenArthur PhillipsDonald Ray Pollock, and John Wray.

General Nonfiction fellows include: Alison Bechdel,Eliza GriswoldJames Kaplan
Peter MaassSarah MangusoEileen Myles, Judith PascoeLia PurpuraLauren RednissJoan RichardsonElizabeth D. SametRichard Snow, and Benjamin Taylor.

Poetry fellows include: Katharine Coles, Kwame DawesTimothy Donnelly, Kathleen GraberPablo MedinaJoseph MillarJim MooreElizabeth WillisChristian Wiman and C. Dale Young.

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