Dee Dee Chapman received her BA in Creative Writing at Western Washington University in Spring of 2016, seventeen years after writing her first short story about a cyclops born with two eyes. She has been published in The Noisy Water Review, Sweet Tree Review, and Wallpaper Magazine. In September 2014 she self published her first chapbook, Colluvium, whose title poem received a 2017 Walk Award from the Sue C. Boynton Poetry Contest. She’s the Editor of Nine Lives Later: a Dead Cat Anthology, released in November 2017. She is a cinephile and her favorite animal is the prehistoric Megalodon shark.