Robyn Goodwin

Robyn Goodwin holds an MFA in Creative Writing from George Mason University, where she won the highest prize for fiction, The Heritage Award ($15,000). Her story, “Watershed,” was later selected by her contemporary fiction hero, Sherman Alexie, to appear in Scribner’s “The Best of the Writing Workshops”. She’s been published in Five Points, So To Speak, Outside In, The Texas Review, Rappahannock Review, Compose, and numerous other literary magazines. She’s currently shopping a comedic novel called “The Kingdom of Me” and a memoir, “Sweeping Beauty: Tales of Cleaning up after the Ball,” about her commercial cleaning business. She lives with her husband, and two delicious not-so-little boys, in Manassas, VA.