Jessica Reidy is a Pushcart-nominated writer from New Hampshire. She earned her MFA in Fiction at Florida State University and a B.A. from Hollins University. Her work has appeared in Narrative Magazine as Short Story of the Week, The Los Angeles Review, Arsenic Lobster, and other journals. She’s a staff-writer for Quail Bell Magazine, the Social Media Outreach Assistant for VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts, and the Art Editor for The Southeast Review. She also teaches creative writing, yoga, and sometimes dance. She loves making beautiful and healthy creations in the kitchen inspired by her Gypsy and Italian heritage, and her raw vegan streak, especially when there are flowers involved. Reidy is currently working on her first novel set in post-WWII Paris about Coco Charbonneau, a half-Romani (Gypsy) burlesque dancer and fortune teller of Zenith Circus, who becomes a Nazi hunter.