Short story by Joshua English ’07 wins award in fiction contest

“The Human Animal,” a short story by Joshua English ’07 of Louisville, Kentucky, won the 2021 Ember Chasm Review fiction award.

His work is featured in issue four of the publication, which is available on amazon.com.

At Ripon, he majored in English. He now is a senior lecturer of English at the University of Louisville. His stories and reviews have appeared in several publications, including Hobart, The Rumpus and Black Warrior Review.

His short story collection, Local Beasts, currently is a semi-finalist for Texas Tech University Press’ Iron Horse Prize for a first book of prose.


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