Margaret Luongo

Margaret LuongoAssociate Professor of English

*Luxembourg Spring 2017*

370 Bachelor Hall
Oxford Campus
(513) 529 3237
luongomm@miamioh.edu

EDUCATION

MFA, Creative Writing, University of Florida, 2001

BA, Drama, Catholic University of America

TEACHING INTERESTS
  • The short story
  • Creative writing
  • Contemporary fiction
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Short fiction, historical fiction, and the novel 
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • "A Note on the Type," The Southern Review, October 2015
  • "Magnolia Grandiflora," Wraparound South, Winter 2015
  • "Exile," The Rusty Toque, Winter 2015
  • "Repatriation," Consequence on-line, December 2014
  • "Three Portraits of Elaine Shapiro," Big Fiction, Summer 2014
  • Word ProblemThe Cincinnati Review, Winter 2013
  • "History of Art," Consequence, Winter 2013
  • "History of Art: The War Artist Makes God Visible," Memorious, Spring 2011
  • "Girls Come Calling," The Cincinnati Review, Summer 2010
  • "The War Artist," GRANTA online, August 2010
  • "Buoyant," New South, Summer 2008
  • "If the Heart is Lean," North American Review, Jan/Feb. 2008
  • If the Heart Is Lean, LSU Press, Fall 2008
  • "Fine Arts," The Cincinnati Review, May 2007
  • "What Nina Wants," Brilliant Corners, December 2005
  • "Mrs. Fargo," FENCE, Fall 2005
  • "Do That Everywhere," Hogtown Creek Review, Fall 2004
  • "Pretty," Pushcart Prize XXVIII, Best of the Small Presses, 2004
  • "Tea Set," Kalliope, Volume XXV No. 1, Spring 2003
  • "Circus," The Montserrat Review, #7, Spring 2003
  • "Chestnut Season," Jane, February 2003
  • "Pretty," Tin House, #11, Spring 2002
GRANTS & AWARDS
  • Summer 2009, Ohio Arts Council Creative Writing Residency at the Fine Arts Work Center
  • 2008, Walter E. Dakin Fellow at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference
  • 2007 Ohio Arts Council Grant
  • Pushcart Prize, 2004
WORK IN PROGRESS

Margaret Luongo’s new story collection, History of Art, was published in March 2016 by LSU Press.