Named 2010 Author of the Year by South Lit, a journal of Southern literature, Carol Culver Rzadkiewicz is a native of Fairburn, Georgia, who now resides in Lafayette, Louisiana in the "Heart of Cajun Country." After a career in journalism, she entered the field of higher education and taught college English for over 16 years. Writing, however, has always been her passion; and her short stories have appeared in such publications as the Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Journal, South Lit, Toasted Cheese, and The New Review, among others. She is a prolific writer whose tales range from romance to adventure to mystery to horror.
In addition to Objects Are Closer Than They Appear, her published books so far include:
• Mustang Summer
• Separate but Equal
• The Touch and Other Stories
• The Dark Woods
• Master of Fright: Return to the Dark Woods
• Winner Take All