A.G. Carpenter writes fiction of (and for) all sorts, with a focus on the speculative. With over a dozen published short stories, her work has appeared in Twitter-zines such as One Forty Fiction and Trapeze Magazine, online publications Daily Science Fiction, Abyss & Apex, Nature Magazine - Futures, and others. The Weather's Always Fine in Paradise, a collection of new and old short stories and novelettes, is available now. Her novella Of Lips and Tongue, the first book in the Southern Gothic Touch trilogy, is forthcoming from Falstaff Books. She graduated from The College of Santa Fe with a degree in Moving Image Arts (B.A, 2004) and is still an avid fan of film making, with a preference for movies in which things explode. She maintains a blog about her work and the process of writing on her website.