Stephanie Pushaw is a Seattle-born, Malibu-raised, New Orleans-based writer, editor and educator. She graduated from the University of Southern California and was a Truman Capote Fellow at the University of Montana, where she got an MFA in fiction. She has worked as assistant editor for Cutbank, The Believer, and Gold Line Press. She has lived on three continents and obtained two degrees, even though she’s technically a high school dropout. She has one perfect dog and zero tattoos.
Her recent work can be found in Joyland, DIAGRAM, and Los Angeles Review of Books.