Epiphany Ferrell writes most of her fiction at Resurrection Mule Farm, named for a mule who was the sole survivor of a lightning strike that killed a farmer and the other mule while they were plowing a field. Her stories appear in several online and in-print journals including the Potomac, Ghost Parachute, Cooper Street, Prairie Wolf Press Review, DarkFire, Unnerving Magazine, Corvus Review and other places. She is an editor at Flash Fiction Magazine and Mojave River Review. Previous writing gigs include crime and courts beat at a regional newspaper, and staff writer and columnist for a trio of dog magazines.
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