Allie Rowbottom Writing

Allie Rowbottom Writing


“We Could Have Stitched That Blueness Together,” No Tokens, June 2019

Interview, Maggie Nelson, The Rumpus, March 2019

"The Jell-O Curse," Vanity Fair, July 2018

"Writing Truthfully About my Father: An Act of Resistance, An Act of Love" Salon, July 2018

"On the Rise and Fall of America's Most Famous Dessert" Lit Hub, July 2018

"Ghosts and Houses," Published 2015 in The Florida Review. Winner of The Florida Review's 2014 Editor's Award; Notable Essay of 2016 in The Best American Essay Series, curated by Jonathan Franzen.

"Untitled Mantra," P-Queue, 2015.

"Cut the Bones" - Finalist Black Warrior Review 2014 Non Fiction Prize, published 2014 in The South Loop Review.

Interview, Maggie Nelson, CalArts Magazine, winter 2014

"World of Blue" - Finalist 2013 Hunger Mountain Nonfiction Prize, published in 2014 by Hunger Mountain; Notable Essay of 2015 in Best American Essay Series curated by Ariel Levy.

Review, The Protestor has been Released, by Janet Sarbanes, A Woman's Thing, October 2017

Review, The Book of Endless Sleepovers, by Henry Hoke, The Rumpus, February 2017

Review: I Have Devoted my Life to the Clitoris, by Elizabeth Hall, The Rumpus, August 2016

Roundtable: The F Word: Fragment and the Futility of Genre Classification: A Roundtable Discussion with Eula Biss, Sarah Manguso, Maggie Nelson, and Allie Rowbottom, Gulf Coast, winter/spring 2013