Eugenie Montague's short fiction has been published by NPR; Amazon; Faultline; Mid-American Review; Fiction Southeast and Flash Friday, a flash fiction series from Tin House and the Guardian Books Network. Her piece "Breakfast" was selected by Amy Hempel for inclusion in The Best Small Fictions 2017, which was published by Braddock Avenue Books. Her hybrid work, Treating Attachment Disorder, won Eggtooth Editions' 2016 chapbook contest and is available now. She earned her MFA from the University of California, Irvine and lives in El Paso, Texas. She is indebted to many friends, relatives, professors, authors alive and dead, as well as a fair number of animals and a few Twitter accounts.