<b>Kelly Link</b>'s most recent collection (<i>Get in Trouble</i>; 2014), was a Pulitzer Prize finalist, a national bestseller, and named one of the Best Books of the Year by the <i>Washington Post</i>, <i>NPR</i>, the <i>Chicago Tribune</i>, <i>Time</i>, <i>Slate</i>, and the <i>San Francisco Chronicle</i>. She is the author of three other collections: <i>Stranger Things Happen</i>, <i>Magic for Beginners</i>, and <i>Pretty Monsters</i>. Her short stories have been published in <i>A Public Space</i>, <i>One Story</i>, <i>Tin House</i>, <i>The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction</i>, <i>The Best American Short Stories</i>, and <i>Prize Stories: The O. Henry Awards</i>. She currently lives with her husband and daughter in Northampton, Massachusetts. She was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship (aka Genius Grant) in 2018.