About Melanie Faith
Melanie Faith's photography was recently featured in the Birmingham Arts Journal in April 2016 and Sandy River Review's Fall 2015 issue. She enjoys warm weather, snail mail, and collecting shoes, quotes, and books. She is a tutor at a college-preparatory high school in Pennsylvania, a freelance writing instructor and adjunct professor, and an auntie. Her writing has been nominated for three Pushcart Prizes and most recently published in The Writer's Monthly Review Magazine and Embodied Effigies (both 2015). Her flash fiction placed in the Bevel Summers Prize for the Short Short Story and was subsequently published in Shenandoah (2014). Her Tiny House chapbook was published by Porkbelly Press (2015), and her WWII-era poetry collection, Catching the Send-off Train, appeared at Wordrunner eChapbooks (summer 2013).