Tina Egnoski is a fiction writer and a poet. She's the author of the novel Burn Down This World and the short fiction collection You Can Tell Me Anything. She received the 2010 Clay Reynolds Prize for her novella In the Time of the Feast of Flowers. She's also published two chapbooks: This Invisible Beauty and Perishables. Her work has been published in a number of literary journals, including Cimarron Review, Flying South Magazine, Saw Palm Journal and The Masters Review. She earned an MFA from Emerson College and has received literature fellowships from the Rhode Island Council on the Arts and the Colorado Council on Arts and Humanities. A native of Florida, she currently lives in New England.