About Rie

I have been writing professionally since the turn of the millennium — though I added the “Rose” on the end fairly recently. After putting up with me for the last fifteen years, my husband has earned the recognition. My earlier work appears under “Rie Sheridan.”

In that time, I have published 7 novels, 3 short story collections, 6 poetry collections, and contributed to innumerable anthologies.

My stories have also been published on The Eternal Night, ShadowKeep and Verge ezines, as well as the EOTU and Planet Relish websites.

My poetry has appeared in Mythic Circle, Dreams of Decadence, Apex & Abyss, Aberrant Dreams, Abandoned Towers, Electric Wine and Tapestry.

My most popular stories to date are the Adventures of Bruce and Roxanne, humorous horror shorts several of which were collected into two print chapbooks by Yard Dog Press, and now are found in a perfectbound paperback edition.

I have also written the lyrics to dozens of songs for Marc Gunn. Most of these can be found on the “Don’t Go Drinking With Hobbits” CD or “Pirates Vs. Dragons”.

I live in Texas with my husband, Newell, and several cats, all spoiled rotten.

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Alejandro (Alex)








Newell and I

(Bear in mind it was December and we had been walking…) 😉


2 Responses to About Rie

  1. Hey Rie–Do you want to exchange web links? I looked for a links page but didn’t see one. If you don’t have a dedicated place for links and can’t link with me, that’s fine. I’d still like to put a link on my page to your site with your permission. The more we can help each other out, the better. By the bye, thanks for subscribing! I hope I can keep you entertained–anyway, I’ll do my best.

    It’s nice to be able to write seriously again. The last few years have been a blur of diapers and exhaustion.



    • Terry, I don’t have a links page at the moment, and I have been TERRIBLY remiss about even coming to my blog, as you can see…but I don’t mind in the least if you want to link to me. I would also love to have you do a guest blog post about your website. I enjoy your short flashes of fiction, and think other people might be interested to know how it is working. 🙂


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