Veronica Schanoes is currently eligible for the John W. Campbell Award for best new science fiction or fantasy writer whose first work of science fiction or fantasy was published in a professional publication in the previous two years. She is an academic and a writer who lives in New York City, where she studies and writes revisions of fairy tales, speculative fiction having to do with punk rock, and other oddities. She has streaks of bright red hair.
Veronica Schanoes's Campbell-qualifying work:
"Rats," Interfictions, 2007.
Here is a more complete bibliography:
"Lily Glass." Strange Horizons. Forthcoming
"The Underground." Conte de Fees. Forthcoming
"Rats." Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 21. Ed. Kelly Link, Gavin Grant, and Ellen Datlow. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2008. 310-317. (reprint)
“Lost in the Supermarket.” Sybil’s Garage. 5 (February 2008). 53-61.
"Big Bad." Journal of Mythic Arts. 2008. http://www.endicott-studio.com/cofhs/chBigBad.html
"Bluebeard's Final Girl, or, the Revisionist." Journal of Mythic Arts. 2008. http://www.endicott-studio.com/cofhs/chBluebeardGr.html
“Rats.” Interfictions. eds. Delia Sherman and Dora Goss. Northampton, MA: Small Beer Press. 2007. 142-154.
"Serpents." The Best of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet. Eds. Kelly Link and Gavin J. Grant. New York: Del Rey, 2007. 198-208. (reprint).
“Sir Walter Raleigh in Guiana.” Jabberwocky 2. ed. Sean Wallace. np: Prime Books, 2006.
“The Odyssey.” Journal of Mythic Arts. May 2006. http://www.endicott-studio.com/cofhs/chOdyssey.html
“Swimming.” Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet. 18 (May 2006): 56-60.
The Room. Nebraska: Papaveria Press, 2006.
“Why I Hate Penn Station.” Trunk Stories. 3 (November 2005): 32-42.
“How to Bring Someone Back From the Dead.” Jabberwocky. ed. Sean Wallace. np: Prime Books, 2005. 87-92. (reprint)
“How to Bring Someone Back From the Dead.” Journal of Mythic Arts. Autumn 2004. http://www.endicott-studio.com/rdrm/rrBackFromDead.html
“Serpents.” Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet. 13 (November 2003): 46-50.