Bucket Siler does all the things.
Bucket Siler is a writer, editor, zine enthusiast, and the founder of The Living Room Literary Center and Santa Fe Zine Fest. Her most recent zine is Pigtail Girls, a dark, feminist fantasy illustrated by Lindsay Payton.
She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the Rainier Writing Workshop, and has been a Vermont Studio Center fellow and the recipient of a Fulcrum Fund Award. Her work has appeared in Bracken, The Nervous Breakdown, and Storm Cellar, where she won second prize the 2017 Force Majeure Flash Contest.
Siler is the founding editor of The Literary Architect, an editing and story development service for fiction writers that offers story consultations, manuscript critiques, developmental editing, and coaching.
When she's not writing or sleeping, she likes to wander around the desert, drink tea, give unusually long hugs to her friends, and make off-kilter jokes with a straight face. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, she has lived in New Mexico since 2006.