Raw Dog Screaming Press is pleased to announce we have signed Soft Apocalypses, collected fiction by Lucy A. Snyder. Included in this collection is “Magdala Amygdala,” winner of the 2013 Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction. Soft Apocalypses will be published in 2014, in both trade paperback and eBook formats, and distributed by Ingram.
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About the Author
Lucy A. Snyder is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of the novels Spellbent, Shotgun Sorceress, Switchblade Goddess, and the collections Sparks and Shadows, Chimeric Machines, and Installing Linux on a Dead Badger. Her writing has appeared in Strange Horizons, Weird Tales, Hellbound Hearts, Doctor Who Short Trips: Destination Prague, Chiaroscuro, GUD, and Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet.
Lucy was born in South Carolina but grew up in San Angelo, Texas. She currently lives in Worthington, Ohio with her husband and occasional co-author Gary A. Braunbeck.
Lucy has a BS in biology and an MA in journalism and is a graduate of the 1995 Clarion Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers’ Workshop; her classmates included authors Kelly Link and Nalo Hopkinson.
She has worked as a computer systems specialist, science writer, biology tutor, researcher, software reviewer, radio news editor, and bassoon instructor. In her past life as an editor, she published Dark Planet and selected poetry and software reviews for HMS Beagle. She currently produces a column for Horror World on science and technology for writers and coordinates the writing workshops at the annual Context conference.
If genres were wall-building nations, Lucy’s stories would be forging passports, jumping fences, swimming rivers and dodging bullets. You can learn more about her at www.lucysnyder.com.
About the Publisher
RDSP is in its 10th year publishing “fiction that foams at the mouth.” With releases that combine and cross genres including horror, literary, science-fiction, experimental and bizarro, RDSP continues to bring you the best that fringe fiction has to offer.