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Margaret Zamos-Monteith earned a BA from USC, an MA from Columbia University, and an MFA from Brooklyn College. Her writing has appeared in BOMB, Fugue, Gargoyle, Evergreen Review, and other places. The recipient of an NEH stipend and a scholarship from the Cuttyhunk Island Writers' Residency, she was also a finalist for the Southwest Review's David Nathan Meyerson Fiction Prize, a semi-finalist for The Iowa Short Fiction Award, and a semi-finalist for The L Magazine’s Literary Upstart. Her short story “Borders” was selected to be a podcast for the series Fiction for Driving Across America, while her flash fiction is included in the anthology, Microchondria II:
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