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Allie Rowbottom
A Conversation with Gregg Hurwitz

A Conversation with Kate Quinn

California Crime: MissDeeds

Cold Blooded: Who Done It?

Fiction: Fact Meets Fiction

Fiction: Family Ties

Fiction: Where Life Leads Us

Genealogy: Family Ingredients

Historical Fiction: The Past is Always Present

Lifestyle: Healthy Inspirations

Memoir: Every Life Has a Story

Non-Fiction: Uncovering History

Secret Suspense: A Thriller of a Panel

What Do I Read Next?

World Mosaics: People and Places
Allie Rowbottom
Allie Rowbottom's debut book, Jell-O Girls, is now available from Little Brown and Company and, her essays can be found in various journals such as Vanity Fair, Salon, and The South Loop Review. Her essay “Ghosts and Houses” won the 2015 Editors’ Award from The Florida Review and received a "notable" mention in The Best American Essays of 2016. Her long lyric work, “World of Blue” received a "notable" mention in The Best American Essays of 2015. She has taught fiction and non-fiction at the University of Houston and the California Institute of the Arts, as well as at Boldface, an undergraduate creative writing conference. Allie has been the recipient of fellowships from Inprint and Tin House, where she was a 2016 scholar.

Allie holds a PhD in literature and creative writing from the University of Houston, and an M.F.A. from the California Institute of the Arts. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Jon, French bulldogs Butter and Jammy, and Ham the Morgan horse.
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Jello-O Girls
Jello-O Girls