Nathan Dixon received his PhD in English literature and creative writing from the University of Georgia. His first book, Radical Red, won the BOA Editions short fiction prize and will be released spring 2025. His creative work has appeared in The Georgia Review, Fence, Tin House, Carolina Quarterly, Redivider, and elsewhere. His critical/academic work has appeared in MELUS Journal, 3:AM, Transmotion, and Renaissance Papers. His primary areas of academic interest lie in the 19th & 20th centuries, specifically in emerging and regional modernism(s), Native American Literature, and discourses between the American and the Global South. He currently teaches at North Carolina Central University and lives with his family in Durham, NC.