Lucy IvesLucy Ives (born 1980) is an American novelist, poet, and critic.
Born in New York City, Ives graduated from Harvard University with a BA and from the Iowa Writers' Workshop with an MFA. Ives earned her PhD in comparative literature from New York University.
Ives's long poem ''Anamnesis'' (2009) won the Slope Editions Book Prize. In 2013 Ives published a novella, ''Nineties'', her second novella, ''The Worldkillers'', was published in 2014. ''Orange Roses'', a collection of essays and poetry, was published in 2013. Ives's novel ''Impossible Views of the World'' (2017) was chosen as a New York Times Editors' Choice and published by Penguin.
Ives has been the recipient of an Iowa Arts fellowship, a MacCracken fellowship, and a Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. Provided by Wikipedia