Eric M. Witchey
|Eric M. Witchey|
|Born||June 10, 1958|
|Genres||Speculative fiction, Horror fiction, Literary fiction, Science fiction, Crime fiction, Fantasy fiction, Romance fiction, Erotic fiction|
Eric M. Witchey is an American writer living in Salem, Oregon. His short fiction has appeared in numerous print and online anthologies and magazines, such as Polyphony, The Best New Writing 2012, Low Port, Short Story America, Realms of Fantasy, Space Squid, Fortean Bureau, Thug Lit, ClarkesWorld, Jim Baen's Universe and Writers of the Future. He has won recognition and awards from New Century Writers, Writer's Digest, Writers of the Future, Ralan.com's Clincher Contest, Ralan.com's Grabber Contest, The Ralph Williams Memorial Award, and the Eric Hoffer Prose Award Program. His how-to articles have appeared in The Writer Magazine and Writer's Digest Magazine. He has taught seminars at many conferences, including on the Greek island of Crete (Write in Crete, 2005) and near Lake Chapala in Mexico (The Lake Chapala Writer's Conference, 2012). Some of his works have been translated. Stories have appeared in Polish, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, and other languages.
How I Met My Alien Bitch Lover: Book 1 from the Sunny World Inquisition Daily Letter Archives. Published by IFD Publishing. July, 2012.
Beyond the Serpent's Heart. Published by IFD Publishing. August, 2011.
Fighting Mother's Echo. Published by Nowa Fantastyka. Fantastyka Wydanie Specjalne, 2005. (Only in Polish)
Witchey is a graduate of Clarion West Writers Workshop 1998.
Witchey is a graduate of Colorado State University: BA, 1985. MA (CD), 1988.
Witchey is a graduate of Shelby Senior High 1976.
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