We are delighted to share the names of the four writers awarded a residency at the Kerouac House during 2020–21. The alternates for each residency appear in italics.
The Kerouac Project of Orlando, Inc. wants to congratulate the chosen residents and their alternates and extend our thanks to those who applied this year to become a writer-in-residence at the Kerouac House.
Sarah Rose Etter, a fiction writer from Austin, Texas. Christine Vines a fiction writer from Wichita, Kansas.
Samantha Libby, a nonfiction writer from Washington DC. Gwen Mullins a fiction writer from Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Tricia Romano, a nonfiction writer from Seattle, Washington. Spencer Huffman a playwright from Chicago, Illinois.
Tanya Grae, a poet from Tallahassee, Florida. Sophie He, a nonfiction writer from St. Louis, Missouri.
Patricia Wolfenden says
Yay! Will they be offering a class or two, even virtually?
Ellen Heller says
What a lovely honor
Chad starts by reading an excerpt from his work, followed by an interview (starts at approximately the 11-minute mark) in which he shares some of his impressions and experiences as writer-in-residence at the Kerouac House.