B. Mason grew up in California. He’s subsequently flitted about the country—from Orange County to Portland to San Diego to DC. He currently lives in Milwaukee, where he passes his days enjoying family life, writing nuanced copy about lawn mowers and scented bowling balls, and playing baseball in a 35-and-over league. His fiction and poetry have appeared in Calliope, The Pacific Review, BRILLIANT Flash Fiction, In Parentheses, The Commonline Journal, Perigee, and Recto Verso. A chapbook of his poetry, Small Pomes for Average People, was published by Naissance in 2011.