Sunny Moraine is an author, podcaster/narrator, and occasional editor. Their debut short fiction collection is Singing With All My Skin and Bone (Undertow Publications, 2016) and their short stories have been published in, Uncanny Magazine, Apex, Clarkesworld, Strange Horizons, Shimmer, Lightspeed, and Nightmare Magazine, among other places. Their story "A Heap of Broken Images" was reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirty-First Annual Collection (St. Martin's Griffin, 2014), while "Event Horizon" was reprinted in The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2014 Edition (Prime Books, 2014), and "So Sharp That Blood Must Flow" reappeared in Year's Best Weird Fiction Volume Two (Undertow Publications, 2015). They have been featured in the anthologies Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History (Crossed Genres Publications, 2014) and Scheherazade's Facade: Fantastical Tales of Gender Bending, Cross-Dressing, and Transformation (Circlet Press, 2012), and their story "The Horse Latitudes" was reprinted in the anthology The Humanity of Monsters (chiZine Publications, 2015).

Sunny has also published two trilogies: the science fantasy series Root Code (Samhain Publishing, 2013; Riptide Publishing, 2015, 2016) and the dark fantasy series Casting the Bones (Masque Books, 2013).

In 2017 they launched (and wrote and produced and narrated) the serial horror drama podcast Gone, which wrapped up its first season in January 2018. The second season is planned to premiere in the summer of 2019. In addition to Gone, their voice work includes periodic narration for the LGBTQ science fiction and fantasy podcast GlitterShip. They also produce and host Keep Singing, a podcast serving The Walking Dead fandom.

Sunny is a doctoral candidate in sociology at the University of Maryland College Park, with a focus on society and technology, warfare, and atrocity. Hopefully, by the time you read this, that will no longer be the case.