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Celine Fitzpatrick is a Chicago-based author in pursuit of a Bachelor of Arts in Radio/TV/Film from Northwestern University. Though her speciality is short-form fiction, her approach to writing is interdisciplinary, with her screenplays and teleplays informing her prose, and vice versa. Her stories have won the Edwin L. Shuman Award for Fiction and been chosen as semi-finalist entries in the 2019 Nimrod Literary Awards.
With the help of a research grant from her institution, she is currently working on a historical fiction novel titled Veil, which follows the relationship of an actress and her dressmaker in 1960s Soviet Russia.
Winning Entry: Crossing the Swamp
Contest Won: Tom Howard/John H. Reid Fiction & Essay Contest 2019, Honorable Mention