Liza Olson is an author and editor in and from Chicagoland. A Best of the Net nominee, Best Small Fictions nominee, finalist for Glimmer Train’s Very Short Fiction Award, and 2021 Wigleaf longlister, she’s been published in SmokeLong Quarterly, Cleaver, Pithead Chapel, and other fine places. When not writing, she can be found wandering Chicago’s lakeshore or working as a freelance editor. One of her proudest achievements was getting to share the wonderful work of others at (mac)ro(mic) for four years. Her novels Here’s Waldo, The Brother We Share, and Afterglow are all out now!
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