Daniel Mueller has authored two collections of short fiction, How Animals Mate (Overlook Press 1999), which won the Sewanee Fiction Prize, and Nights I Dreamed of Hubert Humphrey (Outpost 19 Books 2013). His work has appeared in numerous journals, magazines, and anthologies, including The Missouri Review, The Iowa Review, The Cincinnati Review, Prairie Schooner, Joyland, CutBank, Gargoyle, Story Quarterly, Surreal South, Another Chicago Magazine, Story, The Mississippi Review, Henfield Prize Stories, and Playboy. He is the recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Sewanee Writers’ Conference, Henfield Foundation, Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and University of Virginia. He teaches frequently at the Tinker Mountain Writers’ Workshop and Taos Summer Writers’ Conference. He serves on the permanent creative writing faculties of the Low-Residency M.F.A. Program at Queens University of Charlotte and the University of New Mexico.