About Justine Dymond
Justine Dymond’s short story “Cherubs” was selected for a 2007 O. Henry Prize and listed as a distinguished story in The Best American Short Stories 2006. Her nonfiction and fiction have appeared in Pleiades, The Massachusetts Review, The Briar Cliff Review, Meat for Tea, Lowestoft Chronicle, and have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes and The Best American Travel Writing 2016. She is an associate professor of English at Springfield College and she co-edited Motherhood Memoirs: Mothers Creating/Writing Lives (Demeter 2013). Her current book project is a novel based on the life of a woman who was hanged in Boston in 1733.