Cate Bronson

As a writer of speculative fiction and creative nonfiction I have authored a collection of short stories and articles for magazines and anthologies, and earned an award from Writer's Digest in mainstream literary fiction.

My storytelling embraces several mediums: novellas, novels, nonfiction books, and articles. I love what I do and my goal is simple—to create something meaningful that grips the reader, consumes them, and that won’t let go until the last line. 

Current projects include a military science fiction thriller, Mule Man, book one of a science fiction trilogy, Guardians, and novellas Behind the Curtain and Clonedroid: The New Wave. My most recent achievement is the epic narrative nonfiction, Blue Mountain.

Articles include,
Going Grey, which provides advice about adopting retired racing dogs and published in the winter, 2014-2015 issue of THE NEW BARKER magazine, along with additional information provided in the "Letters" section of the spring 2015 issue. In addition, my nonfiction story, A Lifelong Underdog Finally Goes Home A Winner, about a greyhound named Charly, published with the same magazine in the spring 2014 issue.

My published fiction includes: The Last Laugh (published October 2017 in the WHAT A CHARACTER anthology); Sightseeing (published October 2011 in the LET'S TALK anthology); The Black Death (published October 2010 in the ZOMBIE NATION: ST. PETE anthology); and, Dreams of Home (released in the September 2010 issue of The Florida Writer magazine).

I have also remained an active member of the Florida Writers Association since 2009, and more recently, contributed to the FWA Writer's Groups, as a volunteer critique group leader and mentor, providing leadership and guidance for the science-fiction/fantasy writer's group "Speculative Inklings" located in St. Petersburg, Florida. As a Writer's Group Leader, I promoted and fostered the FWA motto, “Writers Helping Writers," while providing assistance to fellow writers interested in improving their craft. Florida Writers Association, Writer's Groups