Emily Antonen (Emily R. Antonen) is a writer and editor, and was a former therapist of natural healing arts (licensed from 1988-2016 in Florida, USA.)

She currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland. The purpose of this blog is to present short samples of voice and style and to hold space for published works to be offered for sale, hopefully. Agents may respond on this site to consider a submission of any of the works listed below for possible representation:

Spooky Action at a Distance (science fiction)

Hounded by Love (romance)

The School of Stuff and Nonsense (fantasy)

The Writings of Gaspar Devereaux (fictional memoir)

In the Cards (fantasy)

A Commoner’s Tale (essays)

The Bad Housekeeper’s Cookbook (satire)

All Good Things in Their Time (literary)

Bobblehead Day (YA play)

Survival 2020 (short stories) is currently in draft).

Emily is a member of the Editorial Freelancers Association, as Emily R. Antonen. View her profile at https://www.the-efa.org/memberinfo/emily-antonen-22414/

She is also a member of the Maryland Writers Association, Goodreads, NaNoWriMo, Wattpad (EmilyRAntonen), LinkedIn, and Twitter – @emdakid

In addition to work-for-hire projects such as web content, lectures, brochures, newsletters, etc, her non-fiction articles have appeared in such magazines as Intermezzo, Diabetic Living, Chess Life, and SIP: For the Love of Drink.

Emily has a published Kindle ebook, Counting On You, the first in a planned Murder Mystery Series. Each book works with an aspect of spectrum disorder symptoms: counting, ritual making, neatness, and germaphobia. Book 2, Ritual Beatings, is going through review for sensitivity and tribal accuracy. Book 3, Minimally Invasive, is in draft form, and Book 4, Germetically Sealed, is outlined.

“The Spiral Stairs of Shireboroughton”, a work of speculative fiction, was published in December, 2019 in the inaugural issue of the online magazine, Endless Stars.


Thank you for checking out my website. Stay calm, be well.

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