His 50+ published short stories have appeared in magazines and
anthologies in the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain, covering a variety of
genres. His fiction has been: included in storySouth’s Year’s Notable
list; reprinted in The Writer’s Post Journal’s Year’s Best issue; a #1
rated story on Zoetrope.com; a preliminary nominee for an Edgar Award from the
Mystery Writers of America for Best Short Story; and First Prize Winner in Lynx
Eye’s Captivating Beginnings contest.
In addition to a decade of editing IGMS, Schubert also served three and a half years as Managing Editor of Diversity Woman Magazine, two and a half years as Executive Editor of NC Career Network Magazine, and in 2019 he was both a Fiction Editor and a Non-Fiction Editor for the online literary journal South 85.
Schubert insists, however, that his greatest accomplishment came during college, when his self-published underground newspaper made him the subject of a professor's lecture in abnormal psychology. He holds a BA from Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, PA, and an MFA from Converse College in Spartanburg, SC.
Learn more on his Wikipedia page.
Schubert after a book signing at one of the largest English-language bookstores in Europe, the American Book Center in Amsterdam, Holland
Schubert teamed up with the amazing group of writers at MagicalWords.net as a blogger and editor of a book collecting key essays from the site. The book, a how-to writing guide titled How To Write Magical Words: A Writer's Companion, was released by Bella Rosa Books in January of 2011, featuring David B. Coe, Faith Hunter,
Misty Massey, A.J. Hartley, C.E Murphy, Stuart Jaffe, and Schubert offering insights into the craft and business of writing fiction. Click here to read one of the essays in the book for free.
The On Writing section of this website contains the article, "Metaphors, Similes, and Analogies, Oh My..." reprinted from the Magical Words How-To book. Below that is a list of "Basic Definitions Every Writer Should Know," expanded from the version that appears in the book.
Published in 2008, Schubert's novel Dreaming Creek--a mystery with a Twilight Zone twist--is currently out of print.