Acres of Perhaps collects acclaimed weird fiction writer Will Ludwigsen's recent and most heartfelt stories; these are tales that delve into what crime means, could a person live a different life than the one of the moment, what humanity can do about the big and small evils of the world... as well as inspired serial killers, haunted presidents, cursed lead figurines, and a weird late-night 60s television show that meant much more to the fabric of reality than it let on. These stories are the collision of imaginative fantasy and brutal realism.
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.