Allegra Frazier grew up in Tucson, Arizona and started writing short stories when she was nine. In what would prove to be the just the first of her stunning displays of vanity and ambition, she demanded her elementary school library carry a binder of what she considered to be her best work. In addition to the library at Duffy Elementary, Allegra’s fiction has appeared in Carrier Pigeon, Side B Magazine, Noman’s Journal, The Brooklyner Literary Concern, and elsewhere. She is the winner of Bayou Magazine’s 2013 Flash Fiction Contest. She lives in Massachusetts.