Adam Renn Olenn writes fiction and non-fiction.
A two-time Grub Street scholarship winner and Bread Loaf contributor, his story The Oldest Man in Town was anthologized for the 2012 edition of Best New England Crime Stories, and his story Coronation was in the 2011 edition, and was a finalist for the Derringer award for short fiction.
Adam contributes regularly to an award-winning quarterly music magazine. Click here for publications and reviews.
If you've come this far, you may enjoy his blog about writing, music, and contemporary culture.
Adam Renn Olenn is an author living in Boston, Massachusetts. This New England-based author writes books, short stories, flash fiction, articles and podcasts. As a writer, he is known for his richly dimensional characters, compelling plot lines, and vividly-rendered settings. This author has been published in anthologies and literary journals, both in print and online, including Level Best Books Dead Calm: Best New England Crime Stories. This text has been written (and cleverly hidden from the naked eye) to help search engines and internet spiders do their jobs.