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Katey Schultz is a self-employed fiction writer and editor for national magazines. Her style is wide-ranging, sometimes personal essay, sometimes lyric, always visual and descriptive. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Pacific University and a B.A. in Philosophy from Whitman College. Katey is the author of the nonfiction chapbook Lost Crossings and editor of two fiction anthologies published by Main Street Rag. Her nonfiction has been recognized by awards from Marylhurst University and Oregon Quarterly Literary Magazine. In the past two years, her fiction has received five awards, most notably the Linda Flowers Literary Prize awarded by North Carolina’s Humanities Council, and first place in several flash fiction contests.For the past 23 months, Katey has been on the road on a three-year residency and fellowship tour across the United States while working on a fiction manuscript. Flashes of War is comprised of seven short stories and twenty-two flash fictions featuring characters in and around the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.