Angie is the author of Anywhere But Here, a collection of short stories that is forthcoming in 2018. Her recent work has appeared in numerous publications, including Red Savina ReviewAdelaide Literary Magazine, Cutthroat, East Bay Review, Halfway Down the Stairs, The Helix, Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, The Griffin, Stirring, and The Summerset Review. Her short story “Things We Should’ve Said” earned Honorable Mention in the Fall 2016 Very Short Fiction Contest from Glimmer Train. One of her essays will be published in Carve Magazine in Spring 2018.

Many of her stories explore contemporary themes of identity, loneliness, and coming of age in the Midwest. She is also the award-winning screenwriter and director behind “Redmonton,” an original series inspired by her hometown, which centers on a group of small-town girls who are struggling with the reality of adulthood and their dreams drifting out of their reach.

Angie was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri, a small city on the edge of the Ozarks. After earning her degree in writing from Missouri State University, she spent several years working in marketing, blogging, and travel writing in Washington, DC and now lives with her husband in Portland, Oregon.