Latoya Faulk

LaToya Faulk has a BA in English Literature and a MA in Rhetoric and Writing from Michigan State University. She is MFA fiction student at the University of Mississippi.  Her work has been published in ScalawagSouthwest Review,Amherst College's The Common, and Splinter Magazine's Think Local series. She received a 2022 Pushcart special mention for the essay "In Search of Homeplace." She currently lives with her two children in Oxford, Mississippi, where she is at work on a novel titled The Daughters of Remington Taylor.

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Best American Essays 2021*

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