Patricia Schultheis is the author of A Balanced Life, published September 2018, by All Things That Matter Press and of St. Bart’s Way, an award-winning story collection published by Washington Writers Publishing House in 2015. She also is the author of Baltimore’s Lexington Market, published in 2007. She has received awards from The Fitzgerald Writers’ Conference, Memoirs Ink, the Nob Hill Branch of the League of American Pen Women, Winning Writers and Washington Writers Publishing House. She also is a member of The National Book Critics Circle and the Authors’ Guild and holds degrees from Albertus Magnus College as well as the Johns Hopkins University.
Awards and Recognition
- St. Bart's Way, short story collection, finalist for the Flannery O'Connor Award, 2008,. Winner, Washington Writers Publishing House, 2015
- "Near Sunset," short story, award winner, the 2006 Fitzgerald Writers' Conference
- "Glory," short story, finalist in New Millennium Writings contest, 2016
- "Henry Dumas: Truths, Poetry and Memory," essay; finalist, The Chattahoochee Review contest, 2005.
- "Anonymous Told Me So," essay; winner, Nob Hill Branch of the League of American Pen Women, 2011
- "To the Edge," essay; award winner, Memoirs Ink, 2011
- "Skating to Seventy," essay, winner , Winning Writers contest, 2013