Courtney Zoffness is the author of Spilt Milk (McSweeney’s, 2021), named a best debut of the year by BookPage and Refinery29, and a “must-read” by LitHub and Good Morning America. Also a fiction writer, she won the Sunday Times Short Story Award, the most valuable international prize for short fiction, amid entries from 38 countries. Other honors include an Emerging Writers Fellowship from The Center for Fiction and two residency fellowships from MacDowell. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, The Paris Review, The Southern Review, Guernica, and other venues. She directs the creative writing program at Drew University and lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York.