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Author Spotlight - Annie Neugebauer

And so we come to the final spotlight on our authors from The Shadow Booth: Volume 1. (Unless we hit £3,000 funding, of course, in which case we may just have to add one for Alison Moore...)

Annie Neugebauer specializes in horror, literary fiction, poetry, gothic, and speculative fiction. She has work appearing in more than a hundred publications, including magazines such as Apex, Black Static, and Cemetery Dance, as well as anthologies such as Bram Stoker Award finalist The Beauty of Death and #1 Amazon bestseller Killing It Softly. Her story 'Hide' was included in Ellen Datlow’s recommended list for Best Horror of the Year Volume 7. Her book of poetry has received an honorable mention in the Stevens Competition by the National Federation of State Poetry Societies and placed 2nd in the Edwin M. Eakin Memorial Book Publication Award by the Poetry Society of Texas. She is represented by Alec Shane of Writers House.

Annie is also founding member and past president of the Denton Writers’ Critique Group, webmaster for the Poetry Society of Texas, member of the National Federation of State Poetry Societies, and active member of the Horror Writers Association. She's a columnist at two different Writer’s Digest award-winning websites: Writer Unboxed and LitReactor. She lives in Texas with two terribly cute cats and a husband who’s exceptionally well-prepared for the zombie apocalypse. On her website you can also find her published works, read the latest buzz about them, and browse pictures of writers’ offices at The Decorative Writer. You can also find her flitting around the Twit-o-sphere @AnnieNeugebauer.

She was also recently interviewed by the excellent Ginger Nuts of Horror website, here.

Annie Neugebauer's story 'That Which Never Comes' will be published in The Shadow Booth: Vol. 1. Remember, you only have a couple of days left to pre-order your copy via our Kickstarter campaign. Don't miss out!