Lauri Anderson Alford‘s fiction has appeared in PANK, The Cincinnati Review, The Carolina Quarterly, Passages North, The Common, The Greensboro Review, NANO Fiction, and elsewhere. Her recent awards include The Tobias Wolff Award, The Robert Watson Literary Prize, and a Tennessee Williams Scholarship from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. She is also the Round Six winner of NPR’s Three-Minute Fiction Contest. She lives in Auburn, AL, with her husband and son.
Visit her website at www.lauriandersonalford.com.