S. Asher Sund’s work has been published in Narrative, Kenyon Review, Mississippi Review, Front Porch Journal, Fringe Magazine, Willow Springs, Clackamas Literary Review, and Briar Cliff Review, among many others. In 2005, he won the Marjorie J. Wilson Award, judged by Joyce Carol Oates. His poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart, and his short fiction has been featured on Freshly Pressed. After growing up in the Pacific Northwest and living in Portland, Oregon, for several years, he now lives in Southern California where he writes and produces music with Andi Starr. His daily exercise in sudden fiction and poetry, "Field Notes Post-Apocalypse," can be read here.