Bewildering Stories biography
Rochelle Cashdan now lives in central Mexico where she walks a lot to keep in trim and go from here to there. If she had to choose between reading and writing, she’d take reading, and nowadays has two literary traditions to draw on.
Besides writing speculative fiction, Rochelle’s poems appear in print and on the internet. She holds onto a folder of so far unpublished stories about two generations of a Jewish family in a Northwest town. Earlier, while working as an underemployed anthropologist, Rochelle compiled a small book (still in print) of Northwest Indian history in the words of tribal members.
Copyright © 2010 by Rochelle Cashdan