Rudolfo Serna has a penchant for 70’s horror B-movies, psychedelic doom metal, permaculture, and nature worship. A native of northern New Mexico, his previous occupations have included carpenter, landscaper, wildland firefighter, and adjunct professor. He is currently a coordinator for the MFA in Creative Writing department at the Institute of the American Indian Arts. He lives with his wife and daughter in Albuquerque, NM, writing dark fantasy sci-fi. His short stories can be seen with Brick Moon Fiction and Bewildering Stories. He earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of New Mexico, and serves as the digital steward of the Mutantroot Art Collective.
Brick Moon Fiction - podcasts
Brick Moon Fiction - stories in print