Stephanie Dickinson was raised in rural Iowa and now lives in New York City. Her poetry and fiction appear in Cream City Review, Green Mountains Review, Chelsea, Nimrod, Iron Horse Review, Inkwell, Ontario Review, Water Stone, Columbia Journal, McGuffin, among others. Along with Rob Cook, she publishes and edits the literary journal Skidrow Penthouse. Her novel HALF GIRL won the Hackney Award (Birmingham-Southern) and is published by Spuyten Duyvil. Her story “A Lynching in Stereoscope” appears in BEST AMERICAN 2005 NONREQUIRED READING edited by Dave Eggers. “Dalloway & Lucky Seven” and “Love City” found their way into NEW STORIES FROM THE SOUTH, THE YEAR’S BEST 2008 and 2009. A collection of poetry CORN GODDESS and two story collections ROAD OF FIVE CHURCHES and PORT AUTHORITY ORCHIDS are available from Rain Mountain Press. HEAT: AN INTERVIEW WITH JEAN SEBERG features an imaginary interview with the iconic actress. Her new novel LOVE HIGHWAY will be released in January 2015. She works a day job and shares a five floor East Village walk-up with the poet Rob Cook and the felines Vallejo and Sally Joy.