Maxwell I. Gold is a multiple award nominated author who writes prose poetry and short stories in weird and cosmic fiction. His work has appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines including Weirdbook Magazine, Space and Time Magazine, Startling Stories, Strange Horizons, Tales from OmniPark Anthology, Shadow Atlas: Dark Landscapes of the Americas and more. He’s the author of Oblivion in Flux: A Collection of Cyber Prose from Crystal Lake Publishing.
Maxwell’s forthcoming books include a collaborative book of poems titled Mobius Lyrics with Bram Stoker Award winner Angela Yuriko Smith to be released in 2022; Bleeding Rainbows and Other Broken Spectrums from Hex Publishers and anOther Mythology prose poetry chapbook from Interstellar Flight Press both to be released in 2023.
He lives in Ohio with his partner and two dogs Marshall and Otto, and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Horror Writers Association as the organization’s Treasurer.
Nominations and Accolades:
Rhysling Award Nominee, Best Short Poem: Crimson Faces, Space and Time Magazine #135 (2020), Pushcart Award Nominee, Crimson Faces, Space and Time Magazine #135, Rhysling Award Nominee, Best Short Poem: The Mollusk God, Space and Time Magazine #139 (2021), Rhysling Award Nominee, Best Long Poem: Cellars, Caskets, and Closets, Baffling Magazine #1 (2021).