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Eden Robins is a writer of long fiction, short essays, and jokes for Big Pharma. In 2008, she graduated from the Clarion West Writers Workshop, and in 2009, she co-founded Brain Harvest: An Almanac of Bad Ass Speculative Fiction (RIP March 2012).  She has published short stories, read essays at  20×2 Chicago, Miss Spoken, Chirp’s First Time, and Story Club. Her novels are represented by Cameron McClure of the Donald Maass Literary Agency. Stay tuned for more news on that front.

Former dildo-slinger, current Creative Director at Jellyvision, co-host of Tuesday Funk – one of Chicago’s best live lit shows, and former co-host of the podcast Should I Worry About This? She traveled around the world in 2012… feel free to peruse her travel photos here.

Non-writing interests include traveling, learning languages she will never use, bicycling, urban foraging, despairing at the dismal state of non-dairy cheese technology, and being surprised. Dislikes include the sound of children whispering. Once, she bicycled from Connecticut from San Francisco. She has had malaria twice.