William Todd Seabrook was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. He received his MFA from the University of Colorado and his PhD in fiction at Florida State University. He is currently the editor and designer of the Cupboard Pamphlet, a prose chapbook press.
His short work has appeared in Best Small Fictions,, Phoebe, The Volta, Tin House, Mid-American Review, PANK, CutBank, Quiddity, New Ohio Review, and 30 Under 30 Anthology. See a full list of publications here.
He is the author of four prose chapbooks: This Semi-Perfect Universe (Mudluscious Press 2011), The Genius of J. Robert Oppenheimer (winner of the Firewheel Editions Chapbook Contest 2012), The Passion of Joan of Arc (Atlanta 421, 2014), and The Imagination of Lewis Carroll (winner of the Rose Metal Press Chapbook Contest, 2014).
He juggles, bowls, and adores cats. He currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio.