Conversational Snow, flash fiction, Issue 29, December 1, 2014
When did you start writing? I wrote picture books when I was nine, monologues and short plays when I was a teen, and occasional early chapters of novels for a long time after that. I began taking writing more seriously in early 2013, focusing mostly on short stories.
When and what and where did you first get published? My first fiction publication was a microflash, "Pinata," at Fifty Word Stories.
What themes do you like to write about? A lot of my story ideas begin with wondering "what if?" and I let the theme flow from there. I like to explore the influence of the past and the shady side of potential futures.
Anna Zumbro lives in Washington, DC, and writes short speculative and literary fiction. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Plasma Frequency, Fantasy Scroll, Kazka Press, and other publications.