S.P. Miskowski’s first novel, Knock Knock, and first novella, Delphine Dodd, were finalists for the Shirley Jackson Award. In 2017 she has a second novel, I Wish I Was Like You, and a story collection, Strange is the Night, forthcoming from JournalStone.
Miskowski has received two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and a Swarthout Award. Her stories have appeared in Black Static, Supernatural Tales, Strange Aeons, Identity Theory, and Other Voices, as well as in the anthologies Cassilda’s Song, Autumn Cthulhu, October Dreams 2, The Hyde Hotel, Little Visible Delight, Detritus, and The Madness of Dr. Caligari. More of her stories will soon be published in Haunted Nights, Looming Low, Sisterhood, Leaves of a Necronomicon and Darker Companions: Celebrating 50 Years of Ramsey Campbell.
Miskowski’s four-book series, the Skillute Cycle, is published by Omnium Gatherum. Her novelette, Muscadines, is part of the Dunhams Manor Press hardcover series, illustrated by Dave Felton. Her chapbook, “Stag in Flight” is illustrated by Nick Gucker and published by Dim Shores.