Josh Rolnick’s short story collection, Pulp and Paper, won the John Simmons Short Fiction Award, selected by Yiyun Li (University of Iowa Press). Previous stories have won the Arts & Letters Fiction Prize and The Florida Review Editors’ Choice Prize. His stories have also been published in Boulevard, Meridian, Harvard Review, Bellingham Review, Gulf Coast and others. His poetry has appeared at the University of Louisville’s Miracle Monocle and recent nonfiction has appeared in Slate. He is a faculty lecturer at the Johns Hopkins MA in Writing Program, an instructor at Sackett Street Writers, and fiction editor at Paper Brigade, the literary annual of the Jewish Book Council.