Jennifer Pullen will judge in Prose for the 2020 Slippery Elm Prize!
Jennifer grew up in Chewelah Washington, running wild in the forest, before getting her BA in English from Whitworth University and her MFA from Eastern Washington University. She got her PhD from Ohio University, and now lives and writes in Northwestern Ohio. She is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Ohio Northern University, where she teaches fiction writing, fairy tales and mythology, gender studies, and environmental literature. Her work has been published in various journals and anthologies, including Behind the Mask (Meerkat Press), “F(r)iction,” and “Lunch Ticket.” Her chapbook, A Bead of Amber on Her Tongue, feminist retellings of Greek myths, won the Omnidawn Fabulist Fiction contest.
Submissions are OPEN, and you can send us your work here:
Full guidelines: https://slipperyelm.findlay.edu/submit/contest-guidelines/