Kirstin Scott

Kirstin Scott lives in Salt Lake City, where she works as a medical writer at a healthcare analytics company. She is the author of Motherlunge, which won the AWP Prize for the Novel, was a Publisher’s Weekly Pick of the Week, and was a finalist for the Center for Fiction’s First Novel Prize. Her short stories have appeared in New LettersThe Cimarron Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, PANK, Sonora Review and elsewhere.



Motherlunge, New Issues, 2013

Additional Info

  • Region: Wasatch Front
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Tags: Women