About LB Sedlacek

Bio

LB Sedlacek has had poetry, fiction and non-fiction appear in many different journals, zines and newspapers.  Her poems have appeared in publications such as “Pure Francis,” “The Broad River Review,” “Third Wednesday,” and “Mastodon Dentist.” Her short fiction has been published in such places as “October Hill” and “The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature.” She is a former Poetry Editor for “ESC! Magazine” and also co-hosted the podcast for the small press, “Coffee House to Go” with Michael Poetter.  She teaches poetry workshops at local elementary and middle schools.  She founded and publishes the free resource for poets, “The Poetry Market Ezine.”  Recent poetry books include “Words and Bones” (Finishing Line Press), “The Architect of French Fries” (Presa Press), and “The Adventures of Stick People on Cars” (Alien Buddha Press).  Her first full-length poetry collection, “The Poet Next Door” as well as her first short story collection “The Four Thieves of Vinegar” are both forthcoming in February 2020.  Her locally set mystery novel, “The Glass River” was nominated for the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Aware in 2018.  Her locally set poetry book, “Poetry in LA (Lenoir Area) has been added to the 3rd Grade curriculum at Davenport A+ Elementary school.  In her free time, LB enjoys swimming, reading, and learning to play guitar and ukulele. 


“Kudos to Sedlacek! On the surface, this book is indeed a travel book. But underneath? Ahh, my dears, that is for you to discover!”

Stefanie H. on “Traveling with Fish” by LB Sedlacek