Jill Summers writes short stories, puppet shows, and once, a play. Her fiction has been broadcast on National Public Radio and published in Monkeybicycle, Knee-Jerk, Ninth Letter, and Make Magazine, among others. She is a past winner of the Paper Darts Short Fiction Award and was Chicago’s reigning Opium Magazine Literary Death Match Champ for a short, glorious period in late 2009. She is a new mom to Buster.
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