J.Z. Weston writes speculative short stories and reviews. They have worked as a librarian, a book seller, a historical interpreter, a life coach, and a freelance writer. They were born in New York, but fled for Boston as soon as they were able to, and have lived by the Charles River ever since.
When not fantasizing about witches and fairies in the modern world, they knit socks, go for long walks in their local cemetery, and gaze at the moon. You can find J.Z. on Twitter and reviewing novellas at Luna Station Quarterly.
- Cat Ladies of the Apocalypse, “A Witch for the Chrome Furies”
- Enchanted Conversations Magazine, “Tell the Moon Your Troubles”