Armstrong received her PhD from the University of Southern Mississippi.
She has published fiction and nonfiction in Newsweek, The North
American Review, Beliot Fiction Journal, New Orleans Review, River Teeth,
Brevity and many other journals, anthologies and textbooks. Her
commentaries have been heard on National Public Radio’s All Things
Considered. She is a past recipient of an Arizona Commission on the Arts
Justin Bigos is the author of the poetry chapbook Twenty Thousand Pigeons (iO Books, 2014). His poems, stories, and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in publications such as New England Review, Ploughshares, The Gettysburg Review,The Collagist, McSweeney’s, and The Best American Short Stories 2015. Justin earned his MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College. He cofounded and co-edits of the literary magazine Waxwing.
her MFA from the University of Arizona and is the author of the short story
collection Red Ant House, and a novel, Yellowcake. A
2002 recipient of a Lannan Foundation Literary Fellowship, her stories have
appeared in The New Yorker, McSweeney's, Antioch Review and
elsewhere; her fiction has been anthologized in a variety of series
including The Best American Short Stories, The Anchor Book of New
American Short Stories, and The Prentice Hall Anthology of Women's
Lawrence Lenhart holds an MFA from The
University of Arizona, where he received two Foundation Awards and the biennial
LaVerne Harrell Clark Award in Fiction. His prose appears in Alaska
Quarterly Review, Fourth Genre, Guernica, Gulf Coast, Passages North, Prairie
Schooner, and elsewhere. He is a reviews editor and assistant
fiction editor of DIAGRAM. He cares deeply about Bangladesh and the
an MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College. Her fiction has
appeared in Pank, The Kenyon Review, Kenyon Review Online, The Sun, The
Seattle Review, Puerto del Sol, and elsewhere. She serves as the Prose
Editor for the online literary journal Waxwing.
published three books, a collection of poetry, This Noisy Egg, a book of
nonfiction, Quench Your Thirst with Salt, and, with fellow editor Margot
Singer, a collection of critical essays, Bending Genre: Toward a Theory of
Nonfiction and essays and poems in Triquarterly, Plougshares, Black
Warrior Review, Ninth Letter, The Normal School and other places. She has
received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and is nonfiction
editor of Diagram.
has published six books of fiction, including Saved by Mr. F. Scott
Fitzgerald, a collection of literary short stories for adults, and The Cows
Are Going to Paris, a children's picture book (w/David Kirby, selected for
Doubleday and Literary Guild Book Clubs), and he has served as editor for
numerous published books and magazines. He has published scores of short
stories in magazines and anthologies, including Flash
Fiction, Micro Fiction, Sudden Fiction Continued (Norton), Mirabella, Washington Post, Passages
North, and Story. He has been awarded grants from the Arizona Arts
Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.