F.J. Bergmann writes poetry, science-fiction and fantasy, and things in which they overlap. She has no academic qualifications, but is kind to those so afflicted. She works as a used-book seller in Madison, Wisconsin, and has had about two hundred poems and two SF&F stories publshed so far.
Pale Horse won the 2006 Mary Shelley Imaginative Fiction Award and appeared in Rosebud, Issue 35, April 2006. With my name right up there on the cover with Norman Mailer's. In the same size font. You can read the story online at http://fibitz.com/PaleHorse.rtf.
The Dream Tinker appeared in the fantasy short-story anthology Touched by Wonder (Meadowhawk Press 2007).