Skip to content
   
Driving the Heart and Other Stories
(2010)

Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work
(2007)

 

Jason Brown

Associate Professor

(541) 346-0510
brownj11@uoregon.edu








Profile
B.A., Bowdoin College, Maine; M.F.A., Cornell University, New York.

Publications
Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work (Open City Books/Grove Atlantic, 2007)
Driving the Heart and Other Stories (W.W. Norton, 1999)

His work has appeared in Prairie Schooner, Portland, Monthly Magazine, Epoch Magazine, Southeast Review, StoryQuarterly, TriQuarterly, Open City, Harper's Magazine, Atlantic Monthly, Indiana Review, DoubleTake, American Literary Review, Georgia Review, and The Mississippi Review.

Honors & Awards
100 Other Distinguished Stories, Best American Short Stories 2010: "Flood" (2010)
NPR Summer Reading Suggestion for Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work (2009)
Special Mention Puhscart Prize Anthology: "Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work" (2009)
Special Mention Pushcart Prize Anthology: "Life During Peacetime" (2008)
100 Other Distinguished Stories, Best American Short Stories 2005: "The Lake" (2005)
Corporation of Yaddo Fellowship (2002)
MacDowell Colony Fellowship (2002)
100 Other Distinguished Stories, Best American Short Stories 1997: "Sadness of the Body" (1997)
Wallace Stegner Fellowship in Fiction at Stanford University (1996-1998)
Best American Short Stores 1996
: "Driving the Heart" (1996)
Arthur E. Andrews Short Fiction Prize for "Sadness of the Body," Cornell University (1995)

Author website: www.writerjasonbrown.org