Patricia J. Esposito

Patricia J. Esposito’s fiction and poetry appear in numerous anthologies, including Flesh Made Word, Queer Fish 2, Blurring the Line, Clarify, Stories of Music, and The Cougar Book, and in magazines, including Midnight Street, Not One of Us, Clean Sheets, and Wicked Hollow. She has received honorable mentions in Ellen Datlow’s Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror collections and is a Pushcart Prize nominee. Patricia’s favourite words to live by come from the author Luis Alberto Urrea, who once said, “In a world that can be so dark and bloody, dare to broadcast innocent joy. Dare to be naive.”
She hopes the notion carries into her writing.

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