Steven Sawicki is an award winning writer who has yet to win awards. His short fiction has been published in Plot, Read Me and Shadowsword and online at Minds Eye Fiction. He has had a novella (Invisible Friends) published in the Spring 2001 issue of Absolute Magnitude, a short story in the 2001 Transversions anthology and a short story in Reality Escapes. He also had the lead off short story in the Future Washington Anthology. His opinion pieces have been published in Between Dimensions and Pirate Writings. He has written nine screenplays, including an adaptation of Piers Anthony’s On A Pale Horse. His review work has appeared in; Absolute Magnitude, Tangent, 2AM, Science Fiction Review, Fantasy Commentator, Random Realities, Pulsar, Heliocentric Net, Cinefantastique, Movie Club, Keen Science Fiction, Middle Georgia Web Magazine, Knightmares, Dubious Matter, Wonderdisk, Random Realities, OtherRealms, Midnight Zoo, Zero Gravity Freefall, Summa Nulla, and other places he can no longer remember. He once wrote the longest short fiction review column in the world for Science Fiction Chronicle. He has also had review columns in Fantastic and Dreams of Decadence and reviewed small press for Scavenger’s Newsletter for 13 years.
For the past few years, he has been collaborating with Barbara Chepaitis. So far, they have written a teleplay, four screenplays, and a novel. They are working on more.
When not writing, Sawicki spends time killing plants in the garden or working to put the finishing touches on the house he built and trying to keep his two big dogs exercised and out of the neighbors yards. He has had the usual assortment of jobs: UPS, Gardener, Cook, Inventory Taker, Youth Worker, Factory Worker, Temp employee, Warehouse worker, and consultant. He has done some modeling for civil war artist Don Troiani who produces limited edition prints (he has been a general, a Colonel and numerous dead guys). He also has a CART (Championship Auto Racing Teams) competition license and races when he can.
For real work he has been the Assistant Program Director of a local Mental Health Organization, a grant writer and the director of an HIV Department in a Community Health Center.
Currently you can find his work here and at: