S. K. Kruse

S. K. Kruse grew up in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, then left for Madison to earn her degree in English from the University of Wisconsin and launch her writing career. After making her big debut in The Onion, however, she found herself on a twenty-five-year sabbatical to raise eleven children. Since emerging from this truth-is-stranger-than-fiction period of her life, her writing has been longlisted for the John Steinbeck Award for Fiction and has won multiple awards in the National League of American Pen Women’s “Soul-making Keats Literary Competition.”

… a breed of story telling that encases an entire cosmos within a compact form
with prose that pulses with life …

— Reed Magazine

Books by S. K. Kruse

Tales From the Liminal, 2021, Deuxmers