Jerica Taylor writes queer romance stories in universes where the strange intertwines with the mundane. Suburban fantasy isn’t a real genre, but if it was, that’s where you’d find her stories; big and small magic in and around the ordinary.

She writes poetry about birds, bands, and surviving.

She is a neurodivergent queer cook, birder, and chicken herder. She lives with her wife and young daughter in Western Massachusetts. She has an MFA from Emerson College, and spent a decade as a librarian. She lives in the woods in Western Massachusetts.