Ethicist, poet, and speculative fiction writer E. F. Schraeder is the author of two poetry chapbooks, most recently Chapter Eleven (Partisan Press). Schraeder’s poetry was also recently honored as a semi-finalist in the Charlotte Mew chapbook competition. Recent work has appeared in Birthing Monsters, Terror Politico, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, Mystery Weekly Magazine, Subliminal Realities, The Feminist Wire, and other journals and anthologies. Schraeder’s nonfiction has appeared in Queering Sexual Violence, Radical Teacher, the American Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom blog, and elsewhere. Schraeder studied applied ethics and humanities in graduate school and holds an interdisciplinary Ph.d. in Social Philosophy. Current creative projects include a queer monster’s coming of age novella and a full length manuscript of poems. Across multi-genre work, Schraeder’s creative interests include topics of moral luck, power, and vulnerability.
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