Sean Enfield is a writer from the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. He received his MFA in Creative Writing – Non-Fiction at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks where he served as the Editor-in-Chief of Permafrost Magazine. He now serves as an Assistant Editor of Nonfiction at Terrain.org. In 2022, his manuscript, Holy American Burnout!, was named first runner-up for Red Hen Press’ Ann Petry Award by judge Maurice Carlos Ruffin. He is also a member of the Denton collective, Spiderweb Salon, a recipient of the 2020 Micheal Steinberg Memorial Essay Contest, and was featured on NPR’s All Things Considered for their 3-Minute Fiction contest. His work is published in a number of online Literary Journals–all of which can be found here.  Though he has dabbled in a number of genres, he was once chastised for failing to introduce himself as a poet. He has not made that mistake since.