Ann K. Schwader

In the Absence of Trees (with Marge Simon), flash fiction, Issue 42, March 15, 2018

Ann K. Schwader is a poet and writer fascinated by the darker side of SF or the science-fictional  side of darkness.  Or possibly both.  She is a Bram Stoker Award Finalist for poetry collection (twice), a Rhysling Award winner (also twice), and the  2015 Poet Laureate for NecronomiCon Providence.   Her most recent poetry and fiction collections are Dark Energies (P'rea Press, 2015) and Dark Equinox & Other Tales of Lovecraftian Horror  (Hippocampus Press, 2015).  A Wyoming native, she now resides in suburban Colorado with her husband and one terminally spoiled Corgi.  Find more about her work -- and poems to read online -- at her web site,

Birth-date? February 23rd
When did you start writing? Grade school, probably.

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