Jill Cox-Cordova

Most of Jill Cox-Cordova’s short stories feature female protagonists eager to resolve conflicts relating to workplace cultures, broken branches of a family tree, or lines drawn by race. She earned an honorable mention nod in the 2015 Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition in the humor category. She is currently pursuing her MFA at Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky, but spent two decades working as a journalist for several cable networks, affiliates, and magazines.

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