Natalie L.M. Petesch, PhD

Title:  Author, Novelist
Location: Pittsburgh, PA United States
 
 
 
 
 
 

Affiliations/Associations/Societies:

  • Numerous liberal and progressive organizations; social, political and environmental
  • Pennsylvania Council on the Arts,  Literary Fellowship (1980)
  • University of Texas

Achievements:

  • Honoree, Distinguished Worldwide Humanitarian Award (2019)
  • Featured Member, Marquis Millennium Magazine, Second Edition, Marquis Who’s Who (2019)
  • Inductee, Top Professionals of the Year, Marquis Who’s Who (2019)
  • Recipient, Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award (2018)
  • Featured Listee, “ Who’s Who of American Women,” Marquis Who’s Who (2006-2011)
  • Featured Listee, “Who’s Who in American Education,” Marquis Who’s Who (2007-2008, 2004-2005)
  • Author, “Stories of the Civil Rights Movement: Selma 1965” (2006)
  • Author, “The Confessions of Señora Francesca Navarro” (2005)
  • Featured Listee, “Who’s Who in America,” Marquis Who’s Who (2001-2004)
  • Featured Listee, “Who’s Who in the East,” Marquis Who’s Who (1995-2000)
  • Author, “The Immigrant Train and Other Stories” (1996)
  • Author, “North of the Rio Grande, The Mexican-American Experience in Short Fiction, Ramon El Conejo, 1965” (1992)
  • Artist Statement, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust (1991)
  • Recipient, Cultural Trust Award for an Outstanding Established Artist, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust (1991)
  • Author, “Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series,” Vol. 12 (1990)
  • Author, “Justina of Andalusia and Other Stories” (1990)
  • Recipient, Harvey Curtis Webster Award for Best Story (1989)
  • Author, “Flowering Mimosa” (1987)
  • Author, “Wild With All Regret” (1986)
  • Recipient, Swallow’s Tale Award (1985)
  • Author, “Duncan’s Colony” (1982)
  • Author, “Soul Clap Its Hands And Sing” (1981)
  • Author, “The Leprosarium” (1979)
  • Author, “The Long Hot Summers of Yasha K.” (1979)
  • Featured in Article for Motheroot Journal, “Life Piled on Life” (1979)
  • Honoree, Best American Short Stories (1979)
  • Recipient, Louisville Review Fiction Prize (1978)
  • Recipient, New Letters Summer Prize Book Award (1978)
  • Author, “After the First Death, There is No Other” (1974)
  • Author, “The Odyssey Of Katinou Kalokovich” (1974)
  • Recipient, Kanwaw Quarterly Fiction Award (1974)
  • Recipient, Iowa School of Letters Award for Short Fiction, University of Iowa (1974)
  • Author, Autobiography, “The Laughter of Hastings Street: An Autobiographical Memoir”

Contact Dr. Natalie Petesch

Leave a Reply