Kim Winternheimer is a writer and editor living in Portland, Oregon. She founded The Masters Review in 2011, working with authors such as Lauren Groff, AM Homes, and Lev Grossman to showcase new talent. The Masters Review produces a nationally distributed yearly anthology, a growing library of online fiction, critical essays, book reviews, and a number of valuable resources for new writers. Check it out. Adore it. Fawn over it. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Tin House, Lightspeed Magazine, Little Fiction, Gigantic Magazine, theNewerYork, Flavorwire, among others. She reviews fiction and writes critical essays for The Masters Review and freelances regularly. Her nonfiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The Oregonian, Portland Monthly, and The Rumpus to name a few.