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Teaching Assistant Professor

2011, BA English, University of North Carolina

2014, MFA Creative Writing, Fiction, Cornell University


Adam O’Fallon Price is the author of two novels, The Grand Tour (Doubleday, 2016) and The Hotel Neversink (Tin House Books, 2019). His short fiction has appeared in The Paris Review, VICE, The Kenyon Review Online, Glimmer Train, Narrative, EPOCH, The Iowa Review, and many other places. His essay and criticism have appeared in The Paris Review Daily, Ploughshares, Electric Literature, and The Millions, where he is a staff writer.

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  • The Hotel Neversink (Tin House Books, 2019)
  • The Grand Tour (Doubleday, 2016)
  • A Natural Man (The Paris Review, 2017)
  • Going Underground (VICE Fiction Issue, 2017)
  • Sandstorm (The Paris Review, 2013)



  • Special Mention, Pushcart Prize 2018
  • Finalist, John Gardner Fiction Book Award, The Grand Tour, April 2017
  • Finalist, Family Matters Contest, Glimmer Train, February 2017
  • The Philip Freund Prize in Creative Writing for Excellence in Publication, 2016
  • 2nd Place, Very Short Fiction Award, Glimmer Train, July 2015
  • Finalist, Winter 2015 Story Contest, Narrative Magazine
  • “Objects of Desire,” anthologized in Best Small Fictions 2015
  • “New Writers to Look Out For,” Huffington Post, January 2015
  • Other Distinguished Stories, Best American Short Stories 2014, “Sandstorm”
  • First Prize, 2014 iStory Contest, Ann Beattie, judge, Narrative Magazine
  • Staff Picks 2014, Narrative Magazine
  • Finalist, Winter 2014 Story Contest, Narrative Magazine
  • Knight Award for Writing Exercises, Cornell University, 2014
  • Arthur Lynn Andrews Award for Fiction, Cornell University, 2012 and 2013
  • Louis D. Rubin Prize for Fiction, University of North Carolina, 2011
  • AWP Intro Journals Winner, 2011
  • Double Semi-finalist, Nicholl Fellowship for Screenwriting, 2010

Courses Taught:

  • (ENGL 105) Introduction to Composition and Rhetoric
  • (ENGL 130) Introduction to Creative Writing