Rebecca Rowland grew up in Western Massachusetts (USA) but spent most of her adult life in the Boston area.
She travels often and every [real] location she includes in her stories is a place she’s lived or visited.
The rusting black Volkswagen belonging to her serial killer’s disarticulated victim in Pieces was the car she drove until recently, and the house where Dennis Sweeney lives
is where she currently makes her home.
Despite her love of the ocean
and unwavering distaste for cold temperatures,
she resides with her family
(both human and animal members)
in a landlocked and often icy corner of New England.
An Active member of The Horror Writers Association
and member of The New England Horror Writers,
she accrued graduate degrees in English, Education, and Information Science as well as an obnoxious amount of student loan debt, and thus, she pays The Man as
a ghostwriter and educator but vacations as
a dark fiction author and
horror and speculative fiction editor.
A firm believer in what goes around, comes around, she always tries to treat the writers in her anthologies
with the respect and honor they deserve.
Her narrative models are Chuck Palahniuk,
Joyce Carol Oates, Tom Perrotta, and A.M. Homes.