At 10, Levi Sable was told that he’d never make it as a writer because his penmanship was so terrible. Since then, he’s worked hard to become a troublemaker, a parent, an editor, a gardener, and, of course, a writer. His speculative fiction has been recently published in THEMLit, Spellbound, and the Journal of Unlikely Cryptography. He is also a regular contributor to VillageQ.com. He resides in Madison, Wisconsin with his partner, child, sister, basset hound, and chickens. His handwriting is still terrible.