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About Zoe Brook
My name is Zoe Brook.
I’m a writer. I’ve been a writer since I was ten years old, and now I’m ready to put my work out into the world. I hope you’ll help me make that happen.
I write novels, short stories, and occasionally essays and poetry. My current work in progress is my novel Tiny Troublemaker, which started as a NaNoWriMo project three years ago. It’s about going to college, accidentally rescuing a dragon, and generally fucking with several corrupt organizations. There’s also lots of queer romance and friendship. It’s ambitious as hell for me, it still needs a lot of work, and I’m already incredibly proud of it.
I maintain a website where I post short stories, poems, and vignettes every week. I like playing with surrealism and vivid imagery. There’s a little bit of everything there.
So far, I’ve had several essays published in Voices Of Youth Advocates “Teen Underground Series” in 2014-16, my short story “Her Balance” won 1st place in a local Audubon Center’s contest in 2014, “Not My World” was published in my college’s literary magazine Blended, in 2018 and 2019 my pieces “Woods Music” and “Truths, respectively, were published in the Seattle Erotic Arts Festival’s Literary Anthologies. I’m quite proud of my successes, small as they are. And I’m going to keep working to improve.
I love writing, but it’s difficult to focus on creative energy with financial stresses looming. My day job is wonderful, but sporadic, and expenses love company. I’m hoping that my work is meaningful enough that you’ll help me create more.
My longterm goal here would be to have a consistent piece of income to help bridge the gaps and alleviate as much stress as possible while writing.
Thank you for stopping by, I hope you’ll find something you like and stay a while.
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