Kim Henderson is the author of The Kind of Girl, which won the Seventh Annual Rose Metal Press Short-Short Chapbook Contest. Her stories have appeared in Kenyon Review, Missouri Review, Tin House, Southeast Review, Tupelo Quarterly, The Texas Observer, Atticus Review, Catapult, Cutbank, River Styx, and elsewhere. She has won The Southeast Review’s World’s Best Short-Short Story Contest and has received two Honorable Mentions in the Glimmer Train Very Short Fiction Contest. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Montana. Originally from a small town in New Mexico, Kim now lives precariously on a mountain in Southern California, in an even smaller town, where she works with talented high school writers as chair of the Creative Writing Department at Idyllwild Arts Academy. Currently, she is at work on a short story collection and a novella-in-flash.