Evan Rehill’s work has been published or is forthcoming in American Short Fiction, No Tokens, Open City, Little Star, The Literary Review, Lumina, Fourteen Hills, Big Bell, Instant City, and Watchword Press. He earned his MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. The Way We’re Used To, a collection of shorter stories, was published by Push Press in limited edition with cover art by Ryan Coffey. A new novel (The Sequels) will be finished in summer 2018. Rehill has received the Miriam Ylvisaker Award for Fiction and a Browning Society Award for Dramatic Monologue. He currently teaches at Pratt Institute and Rutgers University. Rehill is a founding curator of the Picasso Machinery performance series happening underground in Brooklyn. He lives in New York City.