Hypertext Review: Spring - Summer 2020


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About the Author

Sahar Mustafah is the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, a richly complicated inheritance she explores in her fiction.
Chelsea is a graduate of the Columbia College Chicago Fiction Writing Department whose work has appeared in Third Point Press, The Other Stories, Litro, Cease, Cows, The Butter, PANK, Wigleaf, Heavy Feather, Change Seven, Molotov Cocktail, and others. Honors include first place in the Columbia University Scholastic Press Association Awards, first place in the Guild Complex Literary Awards, nomination for two Pushcart Prizes and four Best of the Net awards, and finalist in Heavy Feather'sChapbook Contest, among others. Her work is represented by Maria Massie of Lippincott Massie McQuilken. She served twice as a co-editor of Hair Trigger, Columbia College Chicago's annual literary anthology, as well as a judge in CCC's Young Author Writing Competition. She is also founding editor of Hypernova Lit, an online journal dedicated to publishing the writing and visual art of high school students. Chelsea works as a high school librarian and creative writing teach at Bryan Adams High School Leadership Academy. She lives in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Texas. Find more @ CHELSEA LAINE WELLS.
Patricia Ann McNair has lived 90 percent of her life in the Chicagoland area. In fact, she now lives (with her husband, the visual artist Philip Hartigan, and Pablo, their skinny old cat) just two miles from the site of the hospital where she was born. She's managed a gas station, tended bar and breaded mushrooms, taught aerobics, and worked on the trading floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Today she is an Associate Professor in the Department of Creative Writing at Columbia College Chicago. McNair's short story collection, The Temple of Air, was awarded Book of the Year by the Chicago Writers Association, Southern Illinois University's Devil's Kitchen Reading Award, and named a finalist by the Society of Midland Authors. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have been published widely and received a number of honors including several Illinois Arts Council Awards, and the Solstice Short Story Award.