Author Biography and Bibliography
Glen Hirshberg was born in Detroit, Michigan, and grew up in San Diego. He attended Columbia University, where he won the Bennett Cerf Prize for Best Fiction, and graduated cum laude in 1988. In 1991, he completed both his M.F.A. and M.A. at the University of Montana, where he was a Fiction Fellow and won a Bertha Morton Scholarship for Outstanding Graduate Work.
For the past decade, Glen has lived in Galway, Seattle, Charlotte, and Los Angeles, where he lives today with his wife, folklorist Kim Miller, son Sid, and daughter Kate. He has taught at both the university and high school levels, and is currently Humanities Department Chair and Director of Creative Writing at Campbell Hall in Studio City. Glen Hirshberg's work has appeared in numerous anthologies, including The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Best New Horror, and Dark Terrors 6, and has received multiple International Horror Guild and World Fantasy Award nominations. His novel The Snowman's Children was published by Carroll & Graf last year, and a collection of his stories, The Two Sams (also Carroll & Graf), will be published in October. He is currently at work on a new novel and another set of ghost stories.
Photograph by Kim Miller