(Stegner Fellow, New England Review, Best Australian Stories)
Abigail Ulman is the author of the short story collection Hot Little Hands (Random House). In 2016 she won the Best Young Australian Novelist award. Her short fiction has appeared internationally in New England Review, Best Australian Stories, BBC Radio 4, Elle, Frankie, Literary Hub, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of a Wallace Stegner Fellowship in Fiction from Stanford University, and has also received fellowships from The MacDowell Colony, Tin House Writers Workshop, The Ucross Foundation, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, The Santa Maddalena Foundation, and the Australia Council for the Arts. She has a bachelor of creative arts degree from the University of Melbourne.