Author: Joy Baglio

Joy Baglio's short fiction has appeared recently in Tin House, The Iowa Review, TriQuarterly, New Ohio Review, PANK, and elsewhere. She is a 2018 Bread Loaf Scholar in Fiction and the recipient of grants from The Elizabeth George Foundation and The Speculative Literature Foundation. She serves as associate fiction editor of West Branch, a Grub Street writing instructor, and founder/director of Pioneer Valley Writers' Workshop in Northampton MA, where she lives. She's at work on a collection of short stories and her first novel, How to Survive on Land, which is taking her to Alaska at the end of summer for research. Follow her on twitter at @JoyBaglio or visit her online at www.joybaglio.com.

Stories by Joy Baglio

A Boy Who Does Not Remember His Father - June 18, 2018

Interviews involving Joy Baglio

Smoke & Mirrors: An Interview with Joy Baglio -