Tucker Lieberman is the author of the novel Most Famous Short Film of All Time (tRaum, 2022). He's also written three nonfiction books: Painting Dragons, Bad Fire, and Ten Past Noon, and a bilingual poetry collection recognized as a finalist in the 2020 Grayson Books Poetry Contest and nominated for the 2022 Elgin Award by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association: Enkidu Is Dead and Not Dead / Enkidu está muerto y no lo está.
His essay on a horror film appears in It Came From the Closet (Feminist Press, 2022). He’s contributed to three anthologies recognized by Lambda Literary: Balancing on the Mechitza (North Atlantic Books, 2011 Lambda winner), Letters For My Brothers (Wilgefortis, 2012 Lambda finalist), and Trans-Galactic Bike Ride (Microcosm, 2021 Lambda finalist). His flash fiction was recognized in the 2019 STORGY Magazine Flash Fiction Competition.
He reviews indie press books for Independent Book Review, reads nonfiction for Split/Lip Press, and manages the Twitter for the ad-hoc Lockdown Literature, a group for authors whose 2020 book launches were disrupted by pandemic quarantines.
Long ago, he studied philosophy at Brown University and journalism at Boston University.
His husband is the science fiction writer Arturo Serrano, author of To Climates Unknown (2021) and Hugo-longlisted fan writer for the Hugo-winning blog nerds of a feather, flock together. They live in Bogotá, Colombia.