P.W. Bridgman writes short fiction and poetry from Vancouver, Canada. He has published short fiction in Litro UK, Litro NY, Grain, The Antigonish Review, The New Orphic Review, The Moth Magazine, London Grip, A New Ulster, Easy Street, Section 8 Magazine, The Mulberry Fork Review, Aerodrome and other literary periodicals and e-zines. One of his stories was short-listed for the 1994 Canadian National Magazine Award for Fiction; another placed first in the Pottersfield Portfolio short fiction competition in 1998. More recently Mr. Bridgman had a piece of his work short-listed for the 2010 U.K. Bridport Prize (flash fiction category) and two of his short stories placed in the Leonard Koval International Fiction Competition (in 2012 and 2014) and were published by the Irish publisher, Labello Press, in its "Gem Street "anthologies for those years. His "Standing at an Angle to My Age" -- a selection of short fiction -- was published by Libros Libertad in 2013. You may learn more about P.W. Bridgman by visiting his website at www.pwbridgman.ca.