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Emily Leverett

Garner, North Carolina
Emily Lavin Leverett is an author, editor, and scholar. She is the author of the paranormal romance series The Wolf and the Nun based on the life and stories of 12th century abbess Marie de France: The Wolf and the Cloiser and The Enchanted Rose are out now; The Song of the Black Wolf and An Honorable Love will be out in late 2021 and 2022. She is the co-author of the contemporary fantasy series The Eisteddfod Chronicles: Changeling’s Fall and Winter’s Heir are out now; Traitor’s Spring, Summer’s Regent, and A Queen for all Seasons will be out in late 2021 and 2022. She is the co-editor of several volumes of short stories including the kickstarted volumes Predators in Petticoats, Lawless Lands: Tales from the Weird Frontier, and The Weird Wild West; she also co-edited The Big Bad Volumes I and II. She has published multiple short stories as well. As a medievalist, she has published articles on medieval romance, medievalism and Terry Pratchett, and Shakespeare in Neil Gaiman’s Sandman. She is the co-editor of the scholarly collection Terry Pratchett’s Ethical Worlds. She is working on an article about the intersection of her fiction writing in The Wolf and the Nun and her studies as a medieval scholar and academic. She has appeared at several SFF conventions in recent years including Con Carolinas, Jordan Con, Multiverse Con, Mars Con, Raven Con, and Congregate. She lives in North Carolina with her spouse and three cats.