Hannah Strom-Martin was born on a Leap Year and grew up on a one-lane, dead-end road. Possibly, this explains everything about her–including her reclusivity and tendency to adopt cats. Her writing has been published in Realms of Fantasy Magazine, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, OnSpec, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Strange Horizons, Underwords, The North Bay Bohemian, North Bay Biz Magazine, and The Sacramento News and Review, as well as in the anthologies Amazons: Sexy Tales of Strong Women, and Blood Sisters: Vampire Stories by Women. With Erin Underwood she is the editor of the anthologies The Pop Fic Review, and Futuredaze: An Anthology of Young Adult Science Fiction. She is usually working on a novel or dinner, and graduated with various degrees from Bennington College, The University of Southern Maine, and the Odyssey Fantasy Writers’ Workshop.
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