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Shasta Grant is the winner of the 2015 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest. Her story, "Most Likely To," was selected by final judge, Ann Patchett. Her stories and essays are forthcoming or have appeared in Epiphany, Gargoyle, cream city review, Jelly Bucket, Wigleaf, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, WhiskeyPaper, and elsewhere. She received her MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and has been a Writer-in-Residence at Hedgebrook. She taught composition and creative writing for seven years at Ball State University. She has also taught creative writing at The Writers' Center of Indiana and several women's correctional facilities, including the Right-to-Write program in Valhalla, New York. Shasta is a prose editor for Storyscape Journal and currently lives in Singapore and Indianapolis.
Rob Griffith is the author of the book A Matinee in Plato's Cave (Water Press and Media, 2008), and his work has appeared in magazines and journals such as Poetry, River Styx, The North American Review, The Sewanee Theological Review, Prairie Schooner, The Oxford American, and many others. He is the author of several chapbooks, including Necessary Alchemy (Middle Tennessee State University Press, 1999) and Poisoning Caesar (Finishing Line Press, 2004), and he is the editor of the poetry journal Measure and Co-Director of the University of Evansville Press, which manages the Richard Wilbur book award. He teaches in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Evansville, Indiana.