Clara Lawryniuk is a wordsmith and hopeful romantic living in Seattle, Washington.
Clara writes poetry and all lengths of prose, with a focus in speculative fiction. She blogs about love, sex and intimacy on her project Love(r).
She has self-published two books of poetry, The Girl Who Mistook Her Heart for a Hole (2015) and The Day She Grew Scales (2016). Her short story Beauty and Her Prince was published in a fairy tale anthology from Transmundane Press (December, 2016).
Since 2013, she has worked as a freelance writer, editor and social media consultant, working with clients to craft compelling copy, polish content through editing and facilitate communication on social media. Additionally, she spent a year (March 2017-March 2018) as a Community Manager for the popular, international trading card game, Magic: The Gathering.
In addition to writing, her passions include: aerial arts, intersectional feminism, linguistics, evolutionary psychology, memes, graphic novels, communing with nature and befriending cuddly creatures.