L.D. Colter has followed her heart through a wide variety of careers, including farming with a team of draft horses, as well as working as a field paramedic, Outward Bound instructor, athletic trainer, and roller-skating waitress, among other curious choices. She also knows more about concrete than you might suspect. Her short stories have been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies, and she was a 2020 finalist for the WSFA Small Press Award. Her debut novel A Borrowed Hell was the 2018 Science Fiction & Fantasy winner of the Colorado Book Award and While Gods Sleep was the 2019 winner. You can find a list of her published works and more at lizcolter.com.