Eddie Chuculate is an American fiction writer of Muscogee (Creek) and Cherokee descent. He received his MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa. Chuculate won a PEN/O. Henry Award for his story, “Galveston Bay, 1826,” which became the centerpiece of his acclaimed first book, the story collection Cheyenne Madonna. Chuculate’s stories have appeared in Manoa, Ploughshares, the Iowa Review, Blue Mesa Review, Many Mountains Moving, and The Kenyon Review. He also earned a degree in creative writing from the Institute of American Indian Arts and held a Wallace Stegner Fellowship in creative writing at Stanford University. His next book, a memoir for young adult readers titled This Indian Kid, is due from Scholastic Focus in 2023.
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