Libby Weber grew up in a log cabin in rural Illinois, earned a theatre degree at Northwestern University, and currently lives in San Diego, CA. In addition to writing and editing fiction and verse,  she is a choral scholar at All Souls’ Episcopal Church. She also sings with the Cathedral Schola at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral,  San Diego Master Chorale, SACRA/PROFANA, and Folklore Guild, and has written about the arts for the nonprofit news organization, Voice of San Diego.

Her short stories may be found in the anthologies A Six Pack of StoriesThoroughly Modern Monsters, and IMMANENCE. Her lyrics (and fractions thereof) may be heard in Jason Carl Rosenberg’s Fundamental Elements (review here) and Colin Barkley’s Three Bridges and a Fence, which were commissioned by SACRA/PROFANA, and Kenneth Martin’s The Beauty of a Star. Her latest book is RISK A VERSE: A Year in Daily Sonnets, which chronicles the year she spent writing a sonnet every day.

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