Lindsay Schopfer is the award-winning author of The Adventures of Keltin Moore, a series of steampunk-flavored fantasy novels about a professional monster hunter. His second Keltin Moore novel, Into the North, won first place in the OZMA Award for Fantasy as part of the Chanticleer International Book Awards. He also wrote the sci-fi survivalist novel Lost Under Two Moons and the short story collection Magic, Mystery and Mirth.
Lindsay's short fiction has also appeared in Merely This and Nothing More: Poe Goes Punk from Writerpunk Press and Unnatural Dragons from Clockwork Dragon. His nonfiction includes a series of articles for ParentMap Magazine on his experience of being a first-time father of twins.
Lindsay's workshops and master classes on the craft of writing are top-rated in writing conferences across the Pacific Northwest. He is also a volunteer mentor for Educurious, a Gates Foundation-funded program designed to connect high school students with professional writers. Currently, he teaches creative writing for South Puget Sound Community College.