Farah Rose Smith was born and raised in Rhode Island. She is the author of the novellas Anonyma, The Almanac of Dust, and Eviscerator, as well as a winner of multiple festival awards for screenwriting. Her first collection of short fiction, Of One Pure Will, was released by Egaeus Press in 2019 and was re-released by Trepidatio Publishing in September of 2021.
Her writing has appeared in Lackington’s Magazine, Darker Magazine (Russia), Spectral Realms, Vasterien Literary Journal, Nightscript, Dead Reckonings, and more.
Smith holds a BA in Comparative Literature from Hunter College and is currently working towards a Master’s degree at Hunter College in English. She is a book reviewer for Publisher's Weekly, a dedicated writing tutor, and works part-time as a literary agent. She lives in New York City with her husband, author Michael Cisco, and their three cats.