Don’t bother trying to classify John T. Biggs’ stories. They are a genre stew of speculative fiction, anthropology, mystery, and humor written in a mainstream literary style. Sixty of John’s short stories have been published in magazines and anthologies that vary from literary to young adult speculative fiction and everything in between. Some of these stories have won regional and national awards, including Grand Prize in the Writers Digest 80th annual competition, third prize in the Lorian Hemingway short story contest, and a Storyteller Magazine’s Peoples Choice Award. John has published three novels: Owl Dreams, Popsicle Styx (Oklahoma Book Award Finalist), and Cherokee Ice (Oklahoma Book Award Finalist & OWFI Best Published Fiction Book of 2015). He has a brand new linked short story collection Sacred Alarm Clock, which includes the OWFI Crème de la Crème winning story, “Twenty Percent Off”, and a series of post-apocalyptic novellas called The Clementine Collection.