About Rhonda

Rhonda Browning White resides near Daytona Beach, FL. She is the winner of The 2019 Press 53 Award for Short Fiction for her short-story collection The Lightness of Water and Other Stories, now available at www.Press53.com, Amazon, Target.com, and independent bookstores near you!

Her work appears in Prime Number Magazine, Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel, Qu Literary Journal, Hospital Drive, HeartWood Literary Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Steel Toe Review, Ploughshares Writing Lessons, Tiny Text, New Pages, South85 Journal, The Skinny Poetry Journal, WV Executive, Mountain Echoes, Gambit, Justus Roux, Bluestone Review, and in the anthologies Ice Cream Secrets, Appalachia’s Last Stand, and Mountain Voices. Her blog “Read. Write. Live!” is found at www.RhondaBrowningWhite.com.

She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Converse College in Spartanburg, SC and was awarded the Watson Fellowship from Eckerd College’s Writers in Paradise. She is currently at work on her first novel.

My last day of residency at the Converse MFA Program.

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