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Liam Meilleur

At the age of ten, Liam Meilleur invented the moon. Later, inspired by Jimi Hendrix, he stood up next to a mountain and chopped it down with the edge of his hand. In 2013, Liam studied the art of telling interesting lies under masters of the craft, such as Neil Gaiman, Samuel Delaney, and Ellen Datlow, at Clarion West. In order to justify smoking a pipe, Liam earned an MFA, and he’s currently pursuing a PhD in creative writing on a fellowship from Binghamton University, where he’s editor-in-chief of the Harpur Palate literary journal. In his spare time, Liam is also a space unicorn, or as muggles put it, a “submissions editor for Uncanny Magazine.”