Grace Andreacchi


Author's Bio

Grace Andreacchi is an American-born novelist, poet and playwright. Works include the novels 'Scarabocchio' and 'Poetry and Fear', 'Music for Glass Orchestra' (Serpent’s Tail), 'Give My Heart Ease'(New American Writing Award) and the chapbook 'Berlin Elegies'. Her work appears in Horizon Review, The Literateur, Cabinet des Fées and many other fine places. Grace is also managing editor at Andromache Books and writes the literary blog AMAZING GRACE. She lives in London.

Publications and Prizes


Music for Glass Orchestra
(Serpent's Tail Press,
(Andromache Books,
Poetry and Fear
(Andromache Books,


Elysian Sonnets and Other Poems
(Paris Press,
Little Poems for Children
(Andromache Books,
Berlin Elegies
(Andromache Books,
Two Hands Clapping
(Andromache Books,


Calapooya Collage
Thirteen Poetry Magazine
From East to West
Poetry Midwest
Rhythm Poetry Magazine
Carolina Quarterly
Sein und Werden
Six Sentences
Horizon Review
Pictures of 2011, runner up, Litro Magazine for ‘Breakfast at the Caserma, Venezia’ Best Short Fiction list for Talitha Cumi, Wigleaf Magazine, 2009 Best of the Net nomination for The First Stone, Eclectica Magazine, 2008 Honorary Fellow, the Rosenberg Foundation, for contribution to Violin Music in the Age of Shopping,1994 New American Writing Award for Give My Heart Ease, 1989

More Information

Listed as:
Fiction Writer, Poet
Gives readings? 
Travels for readings? 
Identifies as: 
Italian American
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Born in: 
New York, NY
Raised in: 
New York, NY

Personal Favorites

Favorite Authors:
John Ruskin, Marcel Proust, Scott Fitzgerald, Jean Racine, Bert Brecht

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Listing last updated: October 27, 2014.

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