AE Stueve lives, writes, photographs, films, and teaches in Omaha, NE. He holds an MFA from the University of Nebraska, where he was the recipient of the Wendy Fort Foundation Prize for exemplary work in fiction. His work has appeared in such journals and collections as The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Dark Moon Presents: Zombies!, HVZA, Dark Fairy Tales Revisited, The Legend of Isis, Picaroon Poetry, MidAmerican Fiction and Photography, Chasing Magic, Ash Tales, Cullen Bunn Presents A Passage in Black, NoSleep Podcast, Influence of the Moon, and Flash Fiction Magazine.
His graphic novel hybrids from OmahaBound, The ABCs of Dinkology: Life, The ABCs of Dinkology: Time In-Between, and The ABCs of Dinkology: Death, as well as his horror/sci-fi novel Former from The Novel Fox are available wherever good books are sold.
Former was a 2016 Forward INDIES Finalist.
AE Stueve is Bellevue West High's yearbook, video yearbook, literary magazine, and journalistic website adviser.
He also teaches dual enrollment creative writing, video journalism & film production, and--occasionally--design. He is an Apple Teacher and an Adobe Certified Premiere Pro Associate.
When time permits, he teaches an online graphic novel analysis and writing course through the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
He edited David S. Atkinson's existential/fantasy novel The Garden of Good and Evil Pancakes, Julie L. Rowse's memoir Lies Jane Austen Told Me, Jeremy Johnson's sci-fi/horror novel Vessels, and Jeremy Morong's horror/adventure novel The Adventures of Braxton Revere and his short story collection The Legend of Hummel Park and Other Stories. He also edited EAB Publishing's literary magazine Midnight Circus for four years. Most recently, he helped edit Cullen Bunn's short story collection A Passage in Black.