Annie Lampman is author of the 2020 American Fiction Award-winning literary-thriller SINS OF THE BEES (Pegasus Crime/Simon & Schuster, September 2020) and the limited-edition letter-press-printed poetry chapbook BURNING TIME (Limberlost Press, Fall 2020). She has been awarded a 2020 Literature Fellowship from the Idaho Commission on the Arts, the Dogwood Literary Award in Fiction, the Everybody Writes Award in Poetry, a Best American Essays “Notable,” a Pushcart Prize Special Mention, and a national Bureau of Land Management artist’s residency in the Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness. Her narrative essays, poetry, and short fiction have been published or are forthcoming in sixty-some literary journals and anthologies such as The Normal School, Orion Magazine, The Massachusetts Review, and Women Writing the West. She is an honors creative writing professor at the Washington State University Honors College. She was raised in the isolated backwoods of north-central Idaho. You can read more about her and her writing at annielampman.com.