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Steve Lambert

Adjunct

English | College of Arts & Sciences

Areas of Expertise

Short fiction, mid-twentieth century American and British poetry, British Romanticism, Rhetoric and Composition, Southern literature, creative writing.

Education

BA University of North Florida

MFA University of Texas at El Paso

Biography

Steve Lambert was born in Louisiana and grew up in Central Florida. His writing has appeared in The Pinch, Bull Magazine, Longleaf Review, Broad River Review, Emrys Journal, Tipton Poetry Journal, Madcap Review, Sky Island Journal, Into The Void, Spry Literary Journal, The Gambler, Deep South Magazine, Cortland Review, and many other places. He is the recipient of four Pushcart Prize nominations and was a Rash Award in Fiction finalist. He won third-place in Glimmer Train's Very Short Fiction Award. His poem, "Serenade for Larkin," won Emrys Journal's Nancy Dew Taylor Poetry Prize. He is the author of the poetry collection Heat Seekers (2017, Cherry Grove Collections) and the forthcoming chapbook, In Eynsham (CW Books). His fiction collection, The Patron Saint of Birds, will be released in 2020 (Cowboy Jamboree Press). 

Publications & Presentations

The Patron Saint of Birds, stories. Cowboy Jamboree Press, forthcoming 2020

In Eynsham, poems. CW Books, forthcoming 2020

Heat Seekers, poems. Cherry Grove Collections, Octoberber 2017

 

Radio Interview: http://ktep.org/post/words-wire-steve-lambert

 

Stories, essays, and poems in multiple journals.

Lambert
Contact Information

(904) 620-2273

s.lambert@unf.edu