Wendy Fox received her MFA from Inland Northwest Center for Writers. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in literary reviews, as detailed on this website. She has taught English in many places, including Airway Heights Corrections Center, Erciyes University in Kayseri, Turkey, and in private and two-year colleges in Washington state. She currently lives in Colorado. She has worked in the education, mechanical contracting, and technology industries.
Wendy was included in the 2006 English-language #1 bestseller in Turkey Tales from the Expat Harem. In 2011, she was a top-five finalist for the Minnesota State University at Mankato's Rooster Hill Press short fiction competition.
Her story Ten Penny was selected as part of a series by The Emerging Writer's Network for 2011 National Short Story Month.
Read the summer 2013 interview with Wendy as part of the The Missouri Review's Working Writers Series.
Contact her here, or via Twitter.