Will Ludwigsen's short stories of strange mystery have appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, Lightspeed, Nightmare, Weird Tales, Cemetery Dance, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, and many other places. His collection In Search Of and Others (Lethe, 2013) was nominated for the Shirley Jackson Award includes. The title story of his next collection, Acres of Perhaps, was included in The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Rich Horton (Prime Books, 2016). His novella A Scout is Brave (Lethe, 2024) is coming out in July, just in time for Readercon. He earned his Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Southern Maine in 2011 and taught genre creative writing at the University of North Florida for five years. He now works in corporate education and communications, writing horror non-fiction by day for them and horror fiction by night for you.