Laura Joyce-Hubbard is a Northwestern University MFA candidate and fiction editor for TriQuarterly. Her nonfiction and poetry appear or are forthcoming in Boulevard, Ninth Letter, Hippocampus, Line of Advance, The Stirling Spoon, Tupelo Quarterly, and the anthology, Our Best War Stories (Middle West Press, 2020). Recent awards include the 2020 Janecek Fellowship from Ragdale Foundation, a 2020 National Endowment for the Arts fellowship to attend the VCCA, and the 2020 Essay Winner Prize in the William Faulkner Pirates' Alley Writing Competition. Her essays and poetry have been awarded finalist recognition by The Iowa Review, Hunger Mountain, Ruminate Magazine, the Tucson Literary Book Festival, and Writer’s Digest. Laura flew C-130s in the U.S. Air Force and served for 20 years. She is represented by Anna Sproul-Latimer, Neon Literary.
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