Erin Pringle-Toungate

The Inland Northwest, WA

Author's Bio

Originally from Illinois, Pringle-Toungate now lives in the Northwest United States with her husband Jeremy. Her first collection of stories, The Floating Order, is published by Scotland's Two Ravens Press (2009). She is presently shopping her next collection, How the Sun Burns, to publishers.

Publications and Prizes


The Floating Order
(Two Ravens Press ,


Not Normal, IL
(Indiana University Press,
Box of Delights
(Aeon Press,


Whistling Shade
Adirondack Review
Porcupine Literary Arts Magazine
Pagitica in Toronto
Quarter After Eight
Downstate Story Magazine
Ugly Accent
The Project for a New Mythology
Dark Recesses Press
Pacific Review
Lake Effect
kadar koli
New York Tyrant
Big Pulp
Electric Velocipede
Quay: A Journal of the Arts
Red Mountain Review
Girls with Insurance
War, Literature and the Arts
Lake Effect
Emrys Journal
Glint Literary Journal
Nominated for a Pushcart Prize (2013);recipient of Artist Trust Fellowship (2012); finalist in Kore Press Short Fiction Contest (2012); nominated for Pushcart Prize (2007, in conjunction with Warren Craghead); shortlisted for Charles Pick Fellowship (2007); named a Best American Notable Non-Required Reading (2007); second place in Austin Chronicle Short Fiction Contest (2008); winner of Pagitica in Toronto Short Fiction Contest (2003); recipient of Rose Fellowship (2003-06, Texas State University).

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Terre Haute, IN
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Casey, IL

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Listing last updated: January 12, 2013.

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