Christy Stillwell earned a BA in English at the University of Georgia before moving west, first to Wyoming, then Montana. She taught college freshman, tutored adults in writing skills, clerked in bookstores and edited manuscripts, college essays, textbooks and artist statements. She holds an MA in Literature from the University of Wyoming, and an MFA from the Warren Wilson College Program for Writers. Finishing Line Press published her chapbook of poetry, Amnesia, in 2008. Poems, short fiction and essays have appeared in journals such as Pearl, River City, Sonora Review, Sou’wester, The Massachusetts Review, literarymama.com, and The Tishman Review. She has been honored with a residency at Vermont Studio Center and a Wyoming Arts Council Literary Fellowship. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and was a finalist in the Glimmer Train Short Story Contest. Her debut novel, The Wolf Tone, won the Elixir Press Fiction Prize and will be published in January 2019. She lives with her family in Bozeman, Montana.
Books:The Wolf Tone, January 2019