ANGELA RYDELL teaches creative writing for the UW-Madison Division of Continuing Studies (DCS) including Write by the LakeWeekend with Your Novel, the annual Writers' Institute conference, and various online classes. She's also taught creative writing at Edgewood College, worked as a poet-in-residence in elementary schools, judged contests for Wisconsin People and Ideas and the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge, among others, and is on the editorial board of The Midwest Prairie Review. She holds an M.F.A. in poetry from Warren Wilson College and lives in Madison, WI with her husband, science-fiction writer Brendan Day. Find out where she's published, below: 

Angela's publication news

Her poetry can be read in issues of Prairie SchoonerAlaska QuarterlyBeloit Poetry JournalCrab Orchard Review , The Sun Magazine,  Poets & Writers, and other journals. Her fiction has won the Portland Review Flash Friday contest, received honorable mention in New Millennium Writings Awards and was a finalist for the American Short(er) Fiction Prize, Passages North's Neutrino Short-Short Prize and the Grey Sparrow Journal Flash Fiction contest, and her poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart. You can read her fiction in Indiana Review, Short Fast & Deadly, Daily Science Fiction, Whiskey Island Magazine, Inkwell, and the Fast Forward Press collection The Incredible Shrinking Story, among other journals and anthologies.  

Links to Angela's poetry, fiction and flash fiction pubs can be found on angelarydell.com