Lannie Stabile (she/her), a queer Detroiter, is the winner of OutWrite’s 2020 Chapbook Competition in Poetry and a back-to-back semifinalist for the Button Poetry Chapbook Contest. Lannie was also named a 2020 Best of the Net finalist. Her debut poetry full-length, Good Morning to Everyone Except Men Who Name Their Dogs Zeus, was published in 2021 by Cephalopress. Her fiction debut, Something Dead in Everything, is out now with ELJ Editions. Find her on Twitter @LannieStabile or @NotALitMag, where she throws random writing contests and open mics. To stay up-to-date with Lannie, subscribe to The New Sledder, a monthly newsletter she publishes with fellow writers, Todd Dillard, Madeleine Corley, and Jared Beloff. 

Lannie stabile—while some write like a turtleneck sweater, she writes like an hawaiian shirt.

Current/Past Positions Held

Praise for Something Dead in Everything:

"I could never have imagined a collection of stories so delightful about death! Stabile’s lively macabre inventions enchanted me with their comic hauntings and thrilling rage."
     -Polly Rosenwaike, author of Look How Happy I'm Making You

"I'm into this *thumbs up*."
     -Ryan Norman, author of Cicada Song


Praise for Good Morning to Everyone Except Men Who Name Their Dogs Zeus:


"Stabile wields excellent craft and a razor-sharp intelligence in these beautiful and unflinching poems."
     -Todd Dillard, author of Ways We Vanish

"Powerful poetry that gave me nightmares. Excellent."
     -Tiffany Mueret, author of A Flood of Posies