Keri Knutson has been writing since she could hold a crayon, and reading nearly as long. She writes inside her head constantly, and some of that makes it to the page.
Other than writing, she loves hockey, beer, zombie movies, the Whedonverse, Doctor Who, and being the keeper of archaic words nobody uses and all obscure character actor knowledge.
She grew up idolizing Matheson, Bradbury, Ellison, Lovecraft, and King and her favorite childhood memory is grabbing the newest edition of The Year’s Best Horror Stories off the spinning rack at the Duckwall’s, because, man, that was a ticket to absolutely anywhere.
She is the co-author, along with Susan Branham, of the novels Darker By Degree and Director’s Cut, and also the author of numerous short stories, the brand new novel Running Red, and the soon to be released novels Dead of Winter and A Willingness of Witches.
She lives in New Orleans with her husband, five kids, three dogs, two cats, and one zombie goldfish.
You can read her personal babblings at The Spectral Obelisk.
She blogs about indie publishing at Publishing Yourself.
She also tries to restrain herself to 140 characters at @keriknutson.