About Me.

D.M. Domosea is a certified adult with muggle job for eight hours of the day and a make-believer for the rest. Her short stories are  featured in various anthologies, including Beach Pulp and Sandy Paws from Cat and Mouse Press and Intersections: A Short Story Anthology From The Frederick Writers’ Salon. She also writes a monthly column titled “The S Word” for the Luna Station Quarterly blog (currently on hiatus!) She is seeking representation for her middle grade superhero adventure novel, Colossa and the Big Kids, and working on her next manuscript, a young adult science fiction about a space-based circus.

D.M. has a B.A. in Journalism and a M.A. in Diplomacy, the latter of which has proven useful for covering up a crack in her office wall. That crack may or may not lead to other worlds. When she’s not busy doing her characters’ biddings, she can often be found refinishing furniture, running off calories from a gummy bear addiction, and of course, reading. D.M. lives in the dwindling woodlands of Maryland with a husband, a kid (with two additional childings roaming loose in Texas), a Great Pyrenees, and the writer’s requirement of two impertinent cats. Yes, she’s fully aware that description is redundant.