Cooper Lee Bombardier is a visual artist, writer, illustrator, and performer from the South Shore of Boston. He has been a construction worker, a cook, a carpenter, a union stagehand, a welder, a shop steward, a dishwasher, a truckdriver, and a housepainter, among other things; now he is busy being a grad student. His visual art has most recently appeared in group shows like Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, NM; the 2011 National Queer Arts Festival in San Francisco, and Helltown Workshop in Provincetown, MA. Cooper's writing has appeared in many periodicals, most recently The Rumpus, Cavalcade Literary Journal, Unshod Quills, Faggot Dinosaur, Pathos Literary Journal, and Original Plumbing; along with the anthologies Sister Spit: Writing, Rants and Reminiscence from the Road, The Lowdown Highway; From the Inside Out, and Trans/Love. He was a Lambda Literary Foundation Fiction Fellow in 2011, attended the RADAR Lab in 2012, and was awarded a Signal Fire Arts Residency for Summer 2013. A veteran of the original Sister Spit tours, he has performed his writing all over the country. Cooper Lee is the prose editor of The Portland Review. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon.