A selfie of me, a white woman with pale, sunkissed skin, freckles, and a wide smile. I have dark auburn hair cut in a bob, and dark hazel eyes. I am out kayaking on the marsh which can be seen behind me, slow green-grey water and spartina grass waving. I am wearing a plaid Clemson University baseball cap and a magenta long sleeve shirt.

C.G. Aubrey is an autistic writer and outdoor enthusiast obsessed with yellow leaves, pluff mud, and em dashes. A South Carolina native, she now lives in North Carolina with the love of her life and a growing jungle of houseplants. She holds dual-masters degrees in US History and Religious Studies with a focus on cultural memory. She is currently working on The Danziger Forgeries, a queer-norm fantasy/eco-horror with vengeful trees and sharp-toothed marsh ponies. When she isn’t writing or lost in research, she can be found taking too many selfies with the local trees or kayaking along the Carolina coasts.