Lacy writes in El Paso, TX, where she lives with her husband and two young children. After graduating with her Bachelor’s from the University of Arizona in 2001, she bounced around the country performing alternately fascinating and menial jobs in places like South Dakota, the Grand Canyon, and New York City. She is a graduate (2012) of Lesley University’s low-residency MFA program.
Lacy won the 2014 AWP Writers’ Conferences and Centers Scholarship for fiction. Her stories and essays have appeared in Mirage, Better: Culture & Lit, and Literary Mama. She is the fiction editor at BorderSenses Literary Journal and volunteers with the ForWord Project, which offers creative writing workshops to teens in the El Paso area. She is currently working on a novel.
Occasionally she blogs about writing, reading, rejection, and motherguilt at: lacymaybe.wordpress.com.
Audrey is a freelance writer and American expat living in Oslo, Norway with her husband and daughter. Audrey graduated from UC Davis with her BA in English in 2006 and received her MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2012. Today she is pursuing an MA in English and American Literature from the University of Oslo.
Audrey specializes in personal essays, journalism, travel articles, and some technical writing. She is the winner of the Irrgrønn Flash Fiction Award and received a fellowship to attend the Writing x Writers Workshop at Tomales Bay in 2014. Her essays have appeared in a variety of literary journals, including Forge and Foliate Oak Literary Magazine (where she received a Best of the Net nomination). Her short essay “We Climb Anyway” was published by The Yosemite Conservancy as part of Inspiring Generations: 150 Years, 150 Stories in Yosemite. Audrey is also a member of the Oslo Writers’ League (OWL), and her short story “Invisibility” was published last year as part of These Twisted Roots, the third multi-genre anthology of work from OWL. She is currently working on essays on travel and expat life, as well as a novel.
As an active blogger, Audrey has been writing about writing, travel, expat life, and marriage for more than ten years at The Girl Behind the Red Door. You can find out more about Audrey both on the blog and at her website, audreycamp.com. And you can follow her on Twitter: @audreycamp.