Lorie Adair’s work has appeared in “Praxis, Journal of Gender & Cultural Critiques”, “Terrain Magazine”, “Gila River Review”, “Paris Play”, “Whetstone Magazine”, “Plymouth Writers Group Anthology”, and “Tucson Quarterly Review.” In addition to recording essays for KJZZ, the Phoenix affiliate for National Public Radio, her work has been performed in theater productions in Scottsdale, Arizona and the Herberger Theater in Phoenix. The Arizona Commission on the Arts has awarded the author two creative writing fellowships for work appearing in her debut novel, Spider Woman’s Loom. Based upon the merits of her writing, she was awarded a fellowship to the Norman Mailer Center in 2013 as well as two fellowships to NMC in 2012. Most recently, she was invited to Nino Ricci’s Advanced Fiction Workshop in Aspen, Colorado. Lorie Adair was a finalist for the 2010 Southwest Writers Award and a semi-finalist for the 2009 Dana Award. “Phoenix Home and Gardens” has featured her as an emerging artist.
Lorie Adair earned an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles and holds a M.Ed. from the University of New Hampshire, Durham. She is represented by Joelle Delbourgo Associates, Inc.