Caleb Tankersley’s debut short story collection Sin Eaters won the 2021 Permafrost Book Prize and is forthcoming from University of Alaska Press. He is also the author of the chapbook Jesus Works the Night Shift. More of his stories, poems, essays, and reviews have appeared in a wide variety of magazines and publications.
Caleb teaches English courses in and around Seattle. Previously, he led the creative writing program at Mississippi School of the Arts. He holds a PhD from the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi. His teaching experience covers creative writing, literature, composition, and ESL.
Caleb is also the Managing Director for Split/Lip Press. He has been on staff at a number of presses and magazines, including two years as the Associate Editor for Mississippi Review.
In his free time Caleb bakes, attempts to be a runner, spends time with his partner Richie, writes when he can, and reads as much as possible. You can find Caleb on twitter as @Caleb_of_1988.