Leah Schnelbach is a staff writer for the pop culture website Tor.com, a fiction editor for the literary journal No Tokens, a sci-fi & fantasy columnist for Lithub’s Book Marks site, and a former associate prose editor for Fairy Tale Review. Her fiction appears in Joyland, Volume 1 Brooklyn, Madcap Review, The Boiler, Anamesa, and Lumina. Her criticism has appeared in Tin House Online, Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast, Speculative Fiction 2015, The Crooked Timber Symposium and Electric Literature.
She holds an MFA in Fiction from Sarah Lawrence College. Her writing has been supported by the Tin House Writers Workshop, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the I-Park Foundation, and the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts.
I just wanted to say thanks for putting into words my own feelings about the movie Constantine. Really well done. What’s the best place for me to follow your writing? I’d be especially interested in your fiction work. Keep it up.
Hello, I just read your article on joe versus the volcano and I think it was awesome. I was also wondering if you seen any connections to other movies outside of groundhog day, ( maybe shawshank redemption?). Also i would absolutely love to read your thoughts on the burbs, ( one of my favorite Hanks films) since you mentioned it, and after really enjoying your insights on volcano. Your a great writer by the way and I look forward to reading more of your work