A house inches eight hundred miles to confess its horrible crime. The last resident of a mental institution discovers he's not alone. A middle-schooler performs an experiment to determine how much time we fit in dreams. Boys looking for wonder find more than they're expecting in the Adirondacks with Charles Fort. A detective learns everything he's ever wanted to know... and some things he hasn't. In Will Ludwigsen's short stories of strangeness and mystery, the universe has a way of being weird in just the ways we need it to be. There are answers to many of our deepest questions... and they're usually far more personal than we expect. What are you in search of? And what is in search of you?
Will Ludwigsen's work has appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, Weird Tales, Cemetery Dance, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Strange Horizons, and the Interfictions 2 anthology - among many other places.
He artfully avoids writing as much as possible by training sales agents by day and teaching creative writing to undergraduates by night. Yet sometimes, he's stricken by a dissociative fugue and manages to compose some fiction anyway.
He lives in Jacksonville, Florida, with writer Aimee Payne and two greyhounds, also possibly writers of some sort.