Decades of wayfaring across twenty countries and four continents led Donna Glee to her three fantasy novels, The Night Field, The Braided Path, and Dreamers. The Night Field, specifically, was inspired by studying pesticide issues among heroic cotton farmers in India on a Fulbright in 2008. Her shorter fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, PodCastle, PseudoPod, as well as other SF and non-SF markets. Her stories have received Honorable Mention from Gardner Dozois in his Year’s Best Science Fiction, been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, and been finalist a number of times in the Writers of the Future contest. Being a finalist in SCI-FEST LA earned her a trip to Hollywood to hear Jasika Nicole read her story “Saving Seeds” in front of an audience. She’s worked as turnabout crew on a schooner, librarian, environmental activist, registered nurse, educator, editor and creative coach, but these days she mostly walks in the woods, writes, and leads dream groups from her little cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains, waiting for mystery to tap her on the shoulder, forever drunk on the isoprene exhalations of the trees.