Aaron Vlek is a storyteller whose work focuses primarily on the trickster as bringer of delight and proponent of disquieting humors. Many of her short stories delve into the goings on of the jinn, and of a universal imagining of the Native American character, Coyote. Some works are historical in setting while others hail from the contemporary and urban landscape. She indulges from time to time in the reimagining of classic themes of Lovecraftian horror and the occult. Aaron is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College where she spent most of her time writing.

The Baron of Bourbon Street appears in the debut issue of The Occult Detective Quarterly, January 2017, The Case of the Black Lodge was presented on the Ghastly Tales podcast,  Hark, the Herald! Appeared on the 2016 Wicked Library Christmassacre Special, Pickman’s Daughter appears on Creeparoni YouTube channel December 2016.  13 appeared in The Wicked Library Live Halloween Special, October 31, 2016. The Accursed Lineage appears in the Alban Lake anthology Miskatonic Dreams, November 2016, Dear Cousin Gavin appears on The Wicked Library podcast #622, March 2016. Twice Per Annum appears in Ink Stains Anthology #1, March 2016. The Black Meal, a work of speculative horror appeared in the October 2015 issue of Outposts of Beyond. Some Thoughts on the Blind Owl appeared in the Surreal Nightmares Anthology in April, 2016, and The Wet Man appeared on The Lift podcast in July 2016. The Dreams of Which Ghouls are Made appeared in the Ghost’s Redemption anthology in 2016. Domine Canè, a short piece of speculative horror with a historic theme, first appeared in the April 2015 issue of Bards and Sages Quarterly, Vol. VII, Issue II.