Miranda Kopp has a BA in English/Creative Writing with an emphasis in substance and copy editing. Professionally, she has edited and written for the U of MN Financial Office, Minnesota Women’s Press, Coffee House Press, and served as editor-in-chief of Writing Tomorrow Literary Magazine. She also ghost writes ebooks for various publishers.
Personally, Miranda Kopp is winner of the Jonis Agee fiction award, 2016 nominee for the Pushcart Prize award, 2016 recipient of the Minnesota Scholarship for the NWR, and 2017 Honorable Mention for the Loft Literary Grant. She continues to write in her free time, publishing stories in literary magazines throughout the US and UK.