David Tromblay served in the U.S. Armed Forces for over a decade before attending the Institute of American Indian Arts for his MFA in Creative Writing. His essays and short stories have appeared in storySouth; Mystery Tribune; Michigan Quarterly Review; RED INK: International Journal of Indigenous Literature, Arts, & Humanities; Pank Magazine; The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature; Yellow Medicine Review; Open: Journal of Arts & Letters; Watershed Review; FIVE:2: ONE Magazine; BULL: Men’s Magazine, and Red Earth Review.
His memoir, AS YOU WERE, is forthcoming from Dzanc Books (February 2021). His novella, SANGRE ROAD, is forthcoming from Shotgun Honey Books (April 2021).
He lives in Oklahoma with his cat Walter, and his dogs, Bentley and Hank.