Livia Llewellyn is a writer of horror, dark fantasy, steampunk and erotica. She was born in Anchorage, Alaska, raised in the Pacific Northwest, and now lives in New Jersey. Livia is a 2006 graduate of Clarion. Currently she's working on a quartet of "industrial urban fantasy" novellas set in Patagonia, and starting research for a series of what she likes to call "dark Victorian-Lovecraftian clockpunk" novels. She likes beagles, beer, and steel mills - but not all at the same time.You can find her online at her website or at her Livejournal.
This website won't let me update without effing up the formating: on the other hand, no one's looking at this profile, lol, so I don't think it matters how much I update here. Please go to my website or to Livejournal to see the latest additions to my biblio - this is my last here. FWIW, I'll end with saying that at this time - April 6, 2009 - I have thirteen stories sold, and a collection from Lethe Press forthcoming. Only time will tell if I sink or swim. Good luck to everyone else on Writertopia.
- To be published at Thaumatrope, April 2009
"The Engine of Desire"
- Published in Unspeakable Horror: From the Shadows of the Closet, Dark Scribe Press, 2008
- Published in Jack Haringa Must Die!, 2008. (Proceeds from this anthology benefit the Shirley Jackson Awards.)
"Teslated Salishan Evergreen"
- Published in A Field Guide to Surreal Botany, 2008
"The Four Hundred Thousand"
- Published in Subterranean Online, 2007
- Published in Cowboy Lover: Erotic Stories of the Wild West, 2007
- Reprinted in Maxim Jakubowski's Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica 8, 2009
- Published in Sybil's Garage No. 4, 2007.
"Take Your Daughters to Work"
- Published in Subterranean #6, 2007.
- Reprinted at Apex Magazine 2008.
- Honorable Mention in Year's Best Fantasy & Horror 2008
"At the Edge of Ellensburg"
- Published in Short and Sweet: Original Novellas by Erotica's Hottest Writers, 2006
- Will be reprinted as an e-publication (pdf) for Lethe Press, 2009
- Published in ChiZine, April 2005 issue
- Honorable Mention in Year's Best Fantasy & Horror 2006
- Podcast on PseudoPod in 2007