Timothy Owen Davis has a Masters of Fine Arts in fiction from Boise State University. His undergraduate degree was in English (with an emphasis in creative writing) from Idaho State University. A native of North Carolina, Tim moved to Idaho with his family (his wife is from Idaho) after his discharge from the U.S. Army in 2001. Tim has been teaching writing for three years, but he never wanted to be a teacher; he actually wanted to be an astronaut. It was Tim’s experiences in the Army as an Internment and Resettlement Specialist that made him go rogue and decide to give writing a try (the “teaching bug” would bite in grad school). Tim’s writing has appeared in The Storyteller, Black Rock and Sage, Plain Spoke, and Cold-Drill. Currently, Tim is working on his novel, a collection of stories, I Finally Understand those Songs on the Radio.