Nate Pedersen is a Community Librarian with Deschutes Public Library in Bend, Oregon. He is also a freelance journalist and a Contributing Writer with Fine Books & Collections. His articles have also appeared in The Guardian, The Believer, Trail Runner, and The Art of Manliness.
Nate is the co-author with Lydia Kang of Quackery: A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything, forthcoming in 2017 from Workman. He edited The Starry Wisdom Library anthology from PS Publishing. He is also the co-author with Neil Ramsay of The Mounth Passes. Other upcoming projects include two more anthologies: “Sisterhood” for Chaosium (2016) and “The Dagon Collection” for PS Publishing (2017).
Nate is the President of the Board of Directors for the Des Chutes Historical Museum and has delivered historical lectures around the state of Oregon. (Read an article from The Bend Bulletin about one of Nate’s museum expeditions).
Nate is married to the young adult author April Genevieve Tucholke, who writes for Dial / Penguin. They live with their dogs in a bungalow in northwest Bend.