Ann Margaret Bogle: Fiction Editor
Ann Bogle's writings include short stories, poems, prose poems, letters, journals, literary essays, and short novels. She has written a book of mixed-genre prose (story, aphorism, essay, and diary) called Work On What Has Been Spoiled. Her short stories have appeared in The Quarterly, Fiction International, Gulf Coast, Washington Review, Black Ice, Submodern Fiction, Big Bridge, Minnetonka Review and other journals. A selection of mixed-genre passages titled This Was Called War at One Time appeared in Neuromantic Fiction, an anthology published by ALT-X. XAM: Paragraph Series with lithokons by mIEKAL aND was published in 2005. Her poems have appeared in ~*~ W_O_M_B ~*~, P.F.S. Post, ars poetica, and on miPOradio. She has given readings around the country, including at Ruthless Grip in D.C., at Diverse Works in Houston, and at Stain Bar in New York. She studied at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Binghamton University, and the University of Houston, where she received the MFA in fiction in 1994. She was awarded a Minnesota State Arts Board grant for mixed-genre writing in 1998 and served as grant panelist for the Board in 2007. She was nominated to have a chair named for her along with other Minnesota writers at the Minneapolis Public Library. She lives in New York.