Midge Raymond's short-story collection, Forgetting English, received the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction. Originally published by Eastern Washington University, the book has been reissued in an expanded edition by Press 53. Midge is also the author of Everyday Writing: Tips and Prompts to Fit Your Regularly Scheduled Life, and Everyday Book Marketing: Promotion Ideas to Fit Your Regularly Scheduled Life.
Midge's stories have appeared in TriQuarterly, Redivider, Bellingham Review, American Literary Review, Indiana Review, North American Review, Bellevue Literary Review, the Los Angeles Times magazine, and many other publications. Her work has been nominated for several Pushcart Prizes and received an Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission Fellowship.
Midge taught communication writing at Boston University for six years, and she has taught creative writing at Boston's Grub Street Writers and Seattle's Richard Hugo House. While living in Southern California, she held writing workshops and seminars at San Diego Writers, Ink, where she also served as vice president of the board of directors.
Midge lives and writes in the Pacific Northwest. Visit her online at www.MidgeRaymond.com.