H.E. Roulo

H.E. Roulo

H.E. Roulo is a Pacific Northwest writer of science-fiction, horror, and fantasy. She earned a BA in English from the University of Idaho and is a SFWA associate.

The first two books in her Plague Masters trilogy released in 2015 and 2019.

Her short stories have appeared in over a dozen magazines, anthologies, and podcasts. Recent publications include Fantasy Magazine (Women Destroy Fantasy special issue), Nature Futures 2, and  Blood Type: An Anthology of Vampire SF on the Cutting Edge.

See her bibliography for a full list of publications.

The serialized podcast release of her novel Fractured Horizon was a finalist for the 2009 Parsec Award for Best Speculative Fiction Story (novel). She co-hosted from 2009 to 2012.

Her podcast horror story “Graveyard Shift” won the Wicked Women Writers Challenge 2009 and appears in The Wickeds: A Wicked Women Writers Anthology (Volume 1) which came out in May 2012. Since winning, she has continued to act as mentor and audio commentator for the annual contests.

Voice acting has included the novels True Love, Dusk’s Warriors, and Artistic License from Emerian Rich. In the short story Rain by Abby Manheim and produced by R.E. Chambliss for Dunesteef, she voices the grandmother. She has also participated in the voice cast for productions such as GothHause, GothAmazing Race, and episodic short stories.

Recent training has included classes at the Richard Hugo House and Clarion 1-day courses. She has attended several annual Rainforest Writers Retreats beginning in 2012, and attended the Cascade Writers Workshop in 2012.

H.E. Roulo attended Norwescon, and was a panelist at Baycon 2012 and 2013, and 2015. She was a panelist at Rustycon 2014 and 2015.

Follow Heather on twitter @hroulo

Download the Fractured Horizon Promo

Read an interview from the Renton Reporter

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  1. Hi Heather,
    I just wanted to say hello and thanks so much for podioracket! It is awesome. I first heard you and Rhonda on Seth Harwood’s “Hot Tub” podcast, and it was so helpful. Now I’m subscribed to Podioracket and loving it. I hope to launch my novel, Glitter Girl, on Podiobooks fairly soon, so I’ll get back in touch then.

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