Alison Stine is a writer, artist and journalist. She is the author of two books of fiction, a novel, Supervision, and a novella, The Protectors; two books of poetry: Wait and Ohio Violence; and a chapbook, Lot of My Sister. Her awards include an NEA Fellowship, an Ohio Arts Council grant, a Wallace Stegner Fellowship and a Ruth Lilly Fellowship. Her essays, articles and poems have appeared in The Atlantic, The Nation, The Toast, The Kenyon Review, The Paris Review, Tin House and many others. Follow her on Twitter: @AlisonStine.