Current novel: Rebecca is seeking an agent for Molly & the Black Book, a speculative novel for young adults, complete at 94,000 words. Pursued by both friends and enemies in search of the Black Book, Molly sets out to determine how her identity connects to the infamous dark magician trapped inside its pages. The story is set in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State and features trolls and magicians.
From the Sustainable Arts Foundation: “The troll mythology from your Norwegian background is really interesting. This is strong speculative fiction. The action is clearly plotted and the pace is right on.”
Snow’s debut novel Glassmusic was shortlisted for the 2015 International Rubery Book Award and released by Conundrum Press (now an imprint of Bower House Books) in 2014
2021 “Before the Horses Stopped Running,” forthcoming in the Nov/Dec issue of Hippocampus Magazine
2007 “The Wall of a Thousand Eyes,” winner of the Writers Studio Contest, Progenitor
Oct 2015 “Butterfly Boy,” ekphrastic show, Valkarie Fine Art Gallery, Lakewood, CO
Book Reviews and Essay Blogs
Aug 2021 Advanced reader review of Gilgamesh Wilderness by Jessamyn Smyth
2019 “Hello Jane: A Review of Greetings from Janeland,” Plenitude Magazine.
2018 “Norse goddesses cry, ‘Me too, Neil Gaiman!’” The Norwegian American
2016 “Doppelgängers of Darkness and Light,” review of All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
2016 “Bly vs. Fulton: Tranströmer’s Poem ‘Allegro,’” rebeccasnow.co
2015 “Laughing at Coyote, the Chicano/Chicana Trickster,” review of Red Canyon Falling on Churches by Juliana Aragón Fatula
2014 “Keeping House with Robinson,” lighthousewriters.org
2013 “Preparing for Doty,” lighthousewriters.org