THE BONE-JOINER (Sycorax Press).   Click here to order.

“Sandi Leibowitz’s poetry collection invites the reader to join lovers and witches, artists and mythical beasts in lands made of jewels and bones. Whether it’s an enchanted library, a ghost-ridden instrument, or the spells and incantations of the hopeful and the damned, it all comes together in a sensuous feast of words. Open this book, and fall headlong into a world more dangerous and beautiful than our mundane realm.” 

Jennifer Crow, author of The First Bite of the Apple

“This collection should be part of any speculative poet’s library and I hope to see it nominated for an Elgin Book Award in the near future.” 

John C. Mannone, poetry editor of Abyss & Apex, Silver Blade, and Liquid Imagination; author of Apocalypse; winner of the 2017 Horror Writers Association Scholarship

“Shudders of longing and fear reverberate through Sandi Leibowitz’s sumptuous debut collection of poetry. THE BONE-JOINER swims deep into the riches of folklore, fairy tale, and myth and returns with haunted eyes, mesmerizing scars and a wry smile. Here you’ll learn the perils of loving a wild child who grows up more wolf than boy, hear the defiance of a man who rejoices in the impractical wing that supplants his arm, and swoon to the song of Old Bone, who knows you’ll be happiest once you’re submerged by his side in the crawfish-teeming river mud. Come join this bloody, enchanting, protean feast.” 

Mike Allen, Shirley Jackson Award-nominated author of Unseaming; editor of Mythic Delirium and Clockwork Phoenix


     EURYDICE SINGS (Flutter Press)   To order, click here.  

“Fairy tales and myths are not for children or the faint of heart. In EURYDICE SINGS, Leibowitz guides us across the threshold and into a realm of darkness, power, pain, and heart-aching beauty. Highly recommended… Leibowitz is skilled at taking familiar stories and pulling out unexpected elements or points of view, particularly in regards to the experiences and voices of women. … the result is a sumptuous feast for the imagination.”

     Rebecca Buchanan, author of A With Among Wolves & Other Pagan Tales; editor of The Shining Cities: An Anthology of Pagan Science Fiction, Eternal Haunted Summer

“These beautifully wrought poems recast familiar tales in a different light. Highly recommended. Leibowitz’s skillful touch makes these a pleasure to read.

     Rhonda Parrish, editor of Fae, Niteblade, Elemental Anthologies, Alphabet Anthologies, Metastasis; assistant editor, World Weaver Press

“From fox-skinned girls and feathered queens to enduring ghosts and goddesses, Sandi Leibowitz shows us the familiar in new and often uncomfortable ways. We see our sisters and ourselves here, and we wrestled with the need to speak (or sing, or scream) our truths. Deliciously transgressive, EURYDICE SINGS gives voice to the primal, the vengeful, and the hungry at the heart of our beloved stories.”

     Shannon Connor Winward, author of Elgin-awarded winning chapbook Undoing Winter and To the Touch; editor Riddled With Arrows; winner of 2016 Dwarf Star Award, 2018 Delaware Division of the Arts Emerging Artist Fellowship in Fiction

  The Dreamer of Saranby        THE DREAMER OF SARANBY (Audible)   Click here to order.

This short-story audio book is an original fairy tale for children.  The orphan Rhaps never intended to be a prophet, but when others discover the predictive power of his dreams, they sequester him in the local mill, where the villagers line up each morning to await their fortunes.  Will he ever regain his freedom?  

ANTHOLOGIES (a selection)

Reading 5 X 5, edited by B. Morris Allen.  Five writers in five different speculative fiction genres were each supplied the same template for a story.  Check out how the authors created their own tales, including Sandi Leibowitz’s “The Tongue of the Chimera.”  Available in Writers’ and Readers’ editions, and in paperback or Kindle.  Click here to order.  

Metaphorosis 2016, edited by B. Morris Allen.  A years’ worth of superb speculative fiction originally published in Metaphorosis.  Includes Sandi Leibowitz’s original fairy tale for grownups, “The Nature of Glass.”  Click here to order.

The Best of Luna Station Quarterly: The First Five Years, vol. 1, 2016, edited by Jenifer Lyn Parsons. Selected stories published in Luna Station Quarterly, a magazine of speculative fiction by women.  Includes Sandi Leibowitz’s story “Scylla in Blue Light.”  Available in paperback.  Click here to order.  

The Best Horror of the Year, volume 5, 2013, edited by Ellen Datlow. Stories by Margo Lanagan, Kij Johnson, Jeffrey, Ford, Larid Barron, and others. Poems by Sandi Leibowitz and Kevin McCann. Available in paperback and Kindle.   Click here to order.  

Gaia: Shadow & Breath, vol. 3 (Pantheon Magazine).  Includes Sandi Leibowitz’s story “Just a Boy.”  Click here to order.  

Speculative Story Bites, edited by Gerri Leen.  Kindle edition.  Includes Sandi Leibowitz’s story “Ligeia.”   Click here to order.

Mythic Delirium vol. 1, 2014, edited by Mike and Anita Allen.  Stories by Ken Liu, Jane Yolen, Yoon Ha Lee, Marie Brennan, Amal El-Mohtar and more, and two poems by Sandi Leibowitz.  Click here to order.  

The Dark Ones: Tales and Poems of the Shadow Gods (Bibliotecha Alexandrina), edited by Gerri Leen. Includes seven poems by Sandi Leibowitz.  Click here to order.  

Metastasis: A Charity Anthology Benefiting Cancer Research (Wolfsinger Publications), edited by Rhonda Parrish, 2013.  Includes the story “Alchemical Warfare” by Sandi Leibowitz.  Click here to order.