llen Wilbur is a prize winning fiction writer with work in the Virginia Quarterly Review, Shenandoah, Ploughshares, The Georgia Review, The Harvard Review, The Yale Review, Agni, and The Iowa Review to name but a few.
She has won numerous literary awards including two Pushcart Prizes, and the Emily Clark Balch Award for Fiction given by The Virginia Quarterly Review.
Ellen was a MacDowell Colony Fellow, a Radcliffe Bunting Institute Fellow, recipient of an Ingram Merrill Foundation Fellowship, and the St. Botolph Foundation grant for fiction.
She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Wind and Birds and Human Voices was her first book.
Her newest collection, Listening and Speaking: New and Selected Stories is forthcoming in the Fall of 2024.