Rycke Foreman was born in 1971, in Durango, Colorado. He now resides in central Arizona with his wife, graphic artist and web designer Myss Miranda, and their four children.
Rycke received the acceptance letter for his first published short story in 1992--on his 21st birthday. He has continued to publish short stories and poetry periodically to date, primarily in the horror/fantasy/slipstream genres. His work has appeared in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, Arkham Tales, The Writer's Eye, Niteblade, Tales from the Moon-Lit Path, Dark Planet, Crossroads...Where Evil Dwells, Gaslight: Tales of the Unsane, Journal of the Dark and many other others. He is an award winning editor and part-time publicist, and currently co-edits 69 Flavors of Paranoia with Miranda.
He's written and directed three short films to date, and co-wrote/-directed/-produced one full length feature with longtime friends and associates, Thomas La Rue, Jeremy Orr and George Thomas. In January of 2009, he optioned a script to a small Hollywood production company, and is currently working on an independent horror film titled Slash. Here's the IMDb page.
Rycke did his first acting in high school, landing the role of Col. Pickering in My Fair Lady during his freshman year. He's won a number of local and regional theater awards, and has worked in virtually every aspect of independent filmmaking, stage and television production in the Four Corners area.