Constance Brewer is a writer, poet and artist who writes fantasy, essays, and poetry. She was born and raised in upstate New York where she spent many years gathering educational degrees. While teetering on the brink of permanent studenthood, Constance received this message at the bottom of a cup of Ramen noodles. “Get a real job”. She joined the military and served in the US Army Corps of Engineers, alternately building and blowing up things for her country. A retired Captain, she has an aversion to camouflage, but still likes the color brown. When not juggling multiple writing projects like live grenades, she enjoys weaving and printmaking. Constance has a BFA and MFA in Fine Art, and a BA in Philosophy, which explains her rambling blog posts on various topics. She is the editor of the contemporary poetry magazine, Gyroscope Review, and author of the poetry book Piccola Poesie: A Nibble of Short Form Poetry.
- Writing stuff – books, poems, essays, articles, blog posts, and sticky notes
- Welsh Corgis in any way, shape, or form. Tuxedo Cats.
- Knitting, Spinning, and Weaving for the coming Zombie apocalypse
- Printmaking – lino, woodblock (Moku Hanga), whiteline
- Collecting art supplies, especially paper. Lots of paper.
- Ricocheting aimlessly around the State of Wyoming (pre-COVID)
- Stacking books in precarious formations and hoping not to be buried alive
- Reorganizing music playlists but then listening to the same artists for months
- Attempting to sew a straight line on a quilt
- Cursing the person who put the ‘social’ in social media
- Trying to photograph that perfect sunrise (sunset)