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Angie Chatman is a frequent contributor to Business Insider and iPondr, and her articles, essays, and short fiction have been anthologized in Dine (Hippocampus Books), and appeared or are forthcoming in Pangyrus, the Rumpus, YahooLife, Blood Orange Review, Hippocampus magazine, fwriction:review, and Slice of MIT, the blog of the MIT Alumni Association, among others. She has performed stories for The MOTH, the RISK! podcast, StoryCollider, MassMouth, Tell-All Boston, and the television series Stories from the Stage (WGBH). She has taught for the University of Hartford, Tunxis Community College, and Des Moines Area Community College. She holds a BS from the Illinois Institute of Technology, an MS in Economics from MIT Sloan, and an MFA in Fiction and Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte.
Andrew Collins contributes regularly to about a dozen guidebooks (including Mexico City, Pacific Northwest, New England, Utah, and National Parks) for Fodor’s Travel, and he’s the author of Destination Pride, an LGBTQ travel book from Australia’s Hardie Grant publishing, for whom he’s also writing Ultimate Road Trips: US & Canada. He’s the editor of the annual Washington State Visitors Guide and Washington State Wine Tour Guide, and has written for New Mexico Magazine, Travel + Leisure, The Advocate, and Sunset. He holds a BA from Wesleyan University.