Scott Broker is a queer writer originally from Colorado living now in Columbus, Ohio. A Lambda Fellow, his work has been a finalist for the Iowa Review Fiction Prize, an Honorable Mention for Glimmer Train's 'Fiction Open' Contest, and a nominee for three Pushcart Prizes. His stories and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in the Idaho Review, Catapult, Hobart, American Literary Review, Passages North, The Rumpus, and DIAGRAM, among others. He holds a BA in English and Philosophy from Seattle University. Currently, he is an MFA candidate in fiction at Ohio State University, where he was awarded the 2019 Helen Earnhart Harley Creative Writing Fellowship Award.