Jean-Luc Bouchard is a writer living in New York City and a graduate of Vassar College, where he studied English, Music, and Asian Studies. His writing has appeared in PANK, Epiphany, apt, VICE, BuzzFeed, Specter, Umbrella Factory, and other journals, magazines, and anthologies. He is the winner of Epiphany Magazine’s 2016 “Writers Under 30” contest, and his short story “Arm in Arm, March On” was the second-place winner of One Throne Magazine’s “Joust” Story Contest for 2014. He was also a finalist for the Speculative Literature Foundation’s 2015 Working Class Writers Grant. When not sleeping, he plays piano, performs stand-up comedy, admires unreliable narrators, and drinks coffee mixed with tea.