Zoe Brook is a queer writer and stagehand living in the Seattle orbit. They write novels and short stories in many genres, frequently involving queer romance, fantastical worlds, consent, surrealism, agency, and sexiness.
They graduated from The Evergreen State College in 2017 and find great joy in comics, theater, and plants.
Their work has been published in Queers Who Don’t Quit Edited by G Benson, Seattle Erotic Art Festival’s Literary Anthologies 2018, 2019, and 2020, in the Queer Holiday Flash Fiction Anthology Gay Apparel Edited by Rachel Sharp, and in the “Teen Underground” Series in Voices of Youth Advocates magazine. Their short story Her Balance won first place in the Dungeness River Audubon Center’s “Tales From the Trails: How Do You Connect With Nature?” writing contest in 2014.