Justine Rosenberg is a first-generation immigrant who was born in California and raised mostly in the Pacific Northwest. She finished her high school education in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, and proceeded to spend her college years drifting from major to major before settling upon a tragically incomplete and underused arts degree.

A staunch night owl and an avid reader, she has an insatiable appetite for all things strange and has been writing for more years than she cares to recall. Several of her short stories and poems have appeared in pulpMAG and MORE TIME, an anthology of short fiction. Her debut novella, BRIMSTONE, was released in 2019. It is the first book in THE METALS TRILOGY.

When not otherwise occupied, Justine can be found running, cooking, consuming inhuman amounts of caffeine, or attempting to coax green things out of the soil. She lives with her husband and family in a fishing village along the coast.

You can find her on Twitter, where she carries on conversations with herself.


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