Author Biography and Bibliography


In 1988, Mary Rosenblum attended the Clarion West Writers' Workshop. After six weeks living and breathing speculative fiction, there was no turning back. Since then, her short fiction—more than sixty works—has appeared in Asimov's and The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, as well as a host of anthologies. She has also published mainstream and magic realism short stories and continues to explore these genres. To date, she has also published four SF novels, the first of which won the Compton Cook Award. She has also been a Hugo Award nominee. In her alternate persona as Mary Freeman, she has published four mystery novels as well as numerous short mystery stories in Ellery Queen magazine.

When she is not writing fiction, she teaches writing, trains dogs, and does a host of other eclectic and outdoor things.

Photo by Page Fuller.