Nancy Ludmerer’s fiction appears in such places as Best Small Fictions 2016 (“First Night,” a River Styx prizewinner), Kenyon Review, Cimarron Review, New Orleans Review, and Masters Review’s “New Voices” Series. Her essay “Kritios Boy” (Literal Latte) was cited in Best American Essays 2014. She lives in NYC with her husband Malcolm and cat Sandy, a rescue from Superstorm Sandy.
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