Vic Nogay (she/her) is a proud Ohioan with a BA in English/Creative Writing from Denison University. She writes poetry and flash/micro fiction (and when she’s feeling brave, some cnf). Her micro poetry chapbook, under fire under water, will be published in June 2022 by tiny wren lit. Her work appears in Lost Balloon, Barren Magazine, Reservoir Road, Capsule Stories, Little Engines, Emerge Literary Journal, Ellipsis Zine, and others. Her piece “the revivals we cleave, we endure,” published by Lost Balloon, was nominated for Best Microfiction 2022. Her piece “strict rules and loose guidelines for concertgoing post-pandemic,” published by Reservoir Road Literary Review, was also nominated for Best Microfiction 2022. In April 2021, she appeared on the Earth Day Special of Micro Podcast reading her prose poem “Swan Lake, 2020,” originally published in Little Engines.

Vic served as Poetry Editor for issue two of Casino Literary Magazine. She is a submissions reader and feedback editor for Bandit Fiction, as well as a submissions reader for Little Engines. In addition to her personal creative writing, she provides editing services for high school students writing college admissions essays. She is a mother of two daughters and works in the animal welfare field.

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author photo by Brynna Ferguson