Storm Humbert is a science fiction and fantasy writer from a small town called Fayette (literally a one stoplight town) in northwest Ohio near the Michigan border. He did his undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University, where he earned a degree in English literature with minors in creative writing and theater. For two years after he finished his bachelors degree, Storm worked odd jobs ranging from newspaper editing to creating animated digital advertisements (and basically anything in between).
Storm later earned an MFA from Temple University in Philadelphia, where he had the opportunity to study under Samuel R. Delany, Don Lee, and other great instructors. He has taught a variety of writing classes at Temple University and Sienna Heights University in Adrian, Michigan. He currently lives in Michigan and is a professional legal writer, while he continues his own writing. Storm is currently teaching a workshop at his local library in Westland, and local writers can sign up here.
Additionally, Storm was a Silver Honorable Mention in The Writers of the Future Contest in 2016 and a finalist in the same contest in 2018. In the Third Quarter of the 2019 Writers of the Future Contest, Storm won Third Place with his “Stolen Sky”.