Joshua Isard is the director of Arcadia University’s low-residency Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, a program that he developed. Since the program has a study abroad component, it gives him a chance to enjoy two of his favorite things at work: travel and Apple products. He lives outside Philadelphia with his wife and two cats. His short stories have appeared in The Broadkill Review, Press 1, Inscribed, Northwind, and in the anthologies The Lie of the Land and Outlandish Affairs.Conquistador of the Useless is his first novel.
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