Kenneth Schneyer ("Ken") is the author of the Nebula and Theodore Sturgeon finalist "Selected Program Notes from the Retrospective Exhibition of Theresa Rosenberg Latimer" which appeared in Clockwork Phoenix 4 (Allen, ed.). His first collection The Law & the Heart (Stillpoint Digital Press) was released in 2014.

Ken's short fiction appears in Analog, Strange Horizons, Clockwork Phoenix 3 (Allen, ed.), Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Daily Science Fiction, Bull Spec, The Pedestal, Mythic Delirium, First Contact: Digital Science Fiction Anthology 1 (Hoffman, ed.), Abyss & Apex, A is for Apocalypse (Parrish, ed.), Cosmos Online, GUD, Triptych Tales, Perihelion Science Fiction, the Newport Review, Odyssey: Adventures in Science, Nature Physics, Ideomancer, Mad Scientist Journal, Comets & Criminals, and SQ Mag. Audio versions of his stories appear on Escape Pod, Podcastle, The Drabblecast, Toasted Cake, and (soon) Pseudopod . He has published nonfiction on the constitutive rhetoric of legal texts, in the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, the Rutgers Law Review, and the American Business Law Journal. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University, the University of Michigan Law School, and the 2009 Clarion Writers Workshop. He consorts with the Cambridge Science Fiction Workshop and Codex Writers.

During his strange career, Ken has worked as an actor, a dishwasher, a corporate lawyer, an IT project manager, a clerk-typist, and the assistant dean of a technology school. Right now he is Professor of Humanities and Legal Studies at Johnson & Wales University, where he teaches both Cyberlaw and the Science Fiction literature course, as well as running the speaker series for the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences. He enjoys studying history, astronomy, chemistry, logic, feminist theory, and practically everything else, and he cooks better than you do. Born in Detroit, he now lives in Rhode Island with one singer, one dancer, one actor, and something with fangs. He blogs, sort of, at ken-schneyer.livejournal.com, and can also be found loitering around Facebook and Twitter.