I learned today that I’m a finalist for the Danahy Fiction Prize from Tampa Review, a literary journal housed at the University of Tampa. The story is “Pretend,” the one that I brought to workshop in Barcelona, Spain, during the brief residency of the Spalding University MFA program, working with mentor Robin Lippincott and all of my writer friends in the mentor group. Many, many thanks to all of you!

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