Amy Stuber has been publishing short fiction since the 1990s and has had work in The New England Review, Ploughshares, The Colorado Review, Copper Nickel, West Branch, The Antioch Review, The Santa Monica Review, and elsewhere. She has new work out or forthcoming in 2019 in Joyland, Pigeonholes, Monkeybicycle, J Journal, The Southampton Review, Wigleaf, Hobart, Split Lip, Cheap Pop, The Chattahoochee Review, Pithead Chapel, and Arts & Letters. She’s a flash fiction reader for Split Lip, has a PhD in English, and taught college writing at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island and Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas. She is originally from Kansas City, has lived in Boston, Rhode Island, and Washington, DC, and spends as much time as possible in northern California. She currently lives in the Midwest with her family.