is Assistant Director of The Writers Studio Tucson, where he also teaches. His classes have included Writers in Seclusion and Online Writing About Childhood. Philip earned a BA in English from Columbia University and studied literature at Cambridge University in the UK. His short fiction has been published in Menacing Hedge, Two Cities Review, Ghost Parachute, The Airgonaut, and Literally Stories, and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. His eerie novelette, “The Yellow Man,” was a winner of Bewildering Stories’ 2016 Mariner Awards. His essay, “Sgt. Pepper at 50: What Can Writers Learn?” appeared in The Bookends Review. He maintains a blog at writeyourselfsane.com. Philip lives in Tucson with his cats, Apollo and Luna, and is currently workshopping a novel about the dreams, darkness, and danger of childhood.