Odin Hartshorn Halvorson
Science Fiction & Fantasy Author, Poet, and Freelance Writer
Odin Hartshorn Halvorson is a writer, poet, geek, and MFA student at the Stonecoast writing program. He has published multiple poetry chapbooks featuring different styles and forms, including ELH haiku, and his short stories have been published online and in print. He writes avidly for his Medium.com blog @indubitablyodin, with pieces like Hard Work: The Greatest Con, and “Becoming Superman” The Book All Writers Need to Read receiving critical attention.
Odin in the World
Odin served as the senior editor for the literary magazine Duende before leaving to pursue a Masters degree from the internationally-lauded Stonecoast writing program. Duende is dedicated to exploring diverse and unrecognized voices from around the world, especially engaging with overlooked minorities. Odin later worked as the Co-Editor for poetry with the Stonecoast Review.
For six years, Odin directed the audio-video department for the Pacific Zen Institute, a West Coast-based Buddhist organization.
In 2017 he joined the advisory board for the nonprofit Socrates Cafe/Democracy Cafe, an international organization spearheading work related to democracy and the development of open societies.
He currently holds a BFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College.