Karen Schauber is a seasoned family therapist practicing in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her earlier writing is non-fiction and details three decades of psychosocial and analytical cases. Flash Fiction is a new and welcome adventure for her. As an emerging artist, Karen hones her craft at home and at the dog beach on the Pacific coast (when it’s not pouring out).
Karen’s flash fiction can be read at Rebel Shorts, SpillWords, AdHoc Fiction, Down in the Dirt, Blood Puddles: An Anthology, CafeLit, Writing in a Woman’s Voice, Yellow Mama, Brilliant Flash Fiction, Wilderness House Literary Review, Postcard Shorts, CarpeArte, Stereo Stories, and forthcoming, at Ariel Chart, Ekphrastic Review, Fear of Monkeys, and Poems for the Writing: A Textbook. The upcoming Group of Seven Flash Fiction Anthology celebrating the Canadian Modernist Landscape Painters is her first editorial/curatorial flash venture – http://GroupofSevenFlashFiction.weebly.com, In her obsession with Flash Fiction, Karen also runs http://VancouverFlashFiction.weebly.com
She can be reached directly at: http://karenschauber.weebly.com