Elizabeth Klehfoth earned her MFA in Creative Writing (Fiction) from Indiana University in 2014. While at IU, she taught composition and fiction writing and served as an Associate Fiction Editor at the Indiana Review. She has received several fellowships and awards, including the Earle S. Ho Award for Excellence in Teaching Creative Writing, the Ross Lockridge, Jr. Award for Fiction, the Jane Foulkes Malone Fellowship in Creative Writing, and was a two-time finalist for the AWP Intro Award for Fiction. Recently, her work has appeared in Devilís Lake, Gravel, and The Ryder. She currently lives and writes in Los Angeles.