Short, third-person bio
Cameron N. Coulter writes speculative fiction and poetry. His poetry has appeared in Eternal Haunted Summer and Eye to the Telescope. He also reviews short fiction for Skiffy and Fanty. When not reading or writing, he likes to play around with GNU/Linux, study Mandarin Chinese, think about critical theory and copyright law, and go hiking. Cameron can be found on his website or on Twitter. He also has a mailing list.
Longer, first-person bio
I grew up in Southern California and went to college at Santa Clara University, where I studied Theatre Arts and Women’s & Gender Studies. After college, I did a year of service with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Baltimore, MD, and I then spent two years living and working in a community of adults with and without developmental disabilities in the Kansas City metro area. I currently teach in Jilin City, China.
I write fiction, usually shortish fiction, usually science fiction or fantasy. I write and perform poetry, usually either performance/slam poetry or SF poetry. I also write nonfiction, usually in the form of short fiction reviews.
I’m writer, poet, and aspiring scholar who thinks incessantly about gender, intentional communities, and social justice. I’m a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association (SFPA), and you should join too. I’m also an amateur GNU/Linux systems administrator, a big fan of Free Software, and a sinophile who studies Mandarin Chinese.
I love science fiction and intentional communities. I like cooking, religion, podcasts, critical theory, and hiking. I think copyright law is fascinating. I also like to tap dance.