A. L. Munson is a writer from St. Rose, Louisiana and an enrolled tribe member of the Vancleave Live Oak Choctaw of Mississippi. (Choctaw name: Onnahinli Hinak Bitepuli, or “Morning Rainbow.”) She is currently a physics major and holds an MLIS specializing in archival studies and a BA in sociology/criminology from Louisiana State University. She also holds a post-bacc in paralegal studies/criminal law from Tulane University and a CertTESOL from Oxford TEFL Prague. Since leaving Louisiana, she has lived in the Czech Republic, Romania, New York, and Kansas and has held every position from criminal defense paralegal to museum clerk. She currently resides in Wichita where she works as an archivist and practices archery and photography on her free time.
Munson’s main writing genres are sci-fi, horror, and fantasy, but she also dabbles in mysteries, crime dramas, war novels, historical fiction, comedies, and poetry. She’s currently working on a novel and a series of short stories that would likely be banned in Texas.