Krista writes fiction in fantasy and magical realism, poetry, and creative nonfiction. She is currently makes magic as a cast member at Walt Disney World.



Krista’s speculative fiction short story, “The Water Will Come Back for You,” is published in Issue VI of Mulberry Literary.

“Keziah and the Whale,” a short fiction piece, is published in Kelp Journal’s Issue no. 7.

Krista’s flash fiction piece “The Fate of Seven House Keys: Imaginings” is published in the December 2021 issue of the Bangalore Review.

Winner of the 2020 Julia Peterkin Flash Fiction Contest from South 85 Journal, run by the Converse College Low-Residency MFA program. Her piece, “The Holy Waters of the Ganges,” is published in the journal’s Fall/Winter 2020 issue.

Krista’s short story “Rooks Mate for Life” is published in Volume 3, Issue 1 from Denver-based, indie literary magazine From Whispers to Roars.


Top 10 finalist in the WOW! Women on Writing Q3 2021 Creative Nonfiction Essay contest with her flash essay “Pineapples.”

Krista’s creative nonfiction essay “The God of High and Low Places” is published online in Issue 9, Spring 2021 of Under the Sun.


Krista’s poem “The Bears” is published in Wingless Dreamer’s “Dark Poetry” issue. You can buy the book on their website or on Amazon.


The Refusenik

Krista’s collage accompanied Sue William Silverman’s lovely essay, “The Refusenik,” in the 2022 issue of Under the Sun.

About Krista Beucler

Krista Beucler, a white woman with long blonde hair and glasses smilles

Originally from Colorado, Krista Beucler received a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing at the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. She was the Editor-in-Chief for Issue 7.2 of the Rappahannock Review, the literary journal published by the University of Mary Washington. Krista has been published in From Whispers To Roars, Under the Sun, and South 85 Journal. She worked as a contributing editor for the Community Cats Podcast blog. Krista currently works as a cast member at Walt Disney World.

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The Book Blog

May 2023 Books

New Books Read The Last Hero by Linden A. Lewis***Book Hangover Alert**The First Sister Trilogy book 3 of 3CW: fantasy racism, oppression, scientific research and testing without consent, prostitutionThe stunning conclusion to the First Sister Trilogy, this book is a whirlwind of war, politics, and resistance. I won’t say too much because I don’t want …

April 2023 Books

Books Reread Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo**Book Hangover AlertAlex Stern book 1 of 2CW: rape, drug abuse, PTSD, body horror, murder, racism, self-harmI reread Ninth House in preparation for Hellbent, the sequel, which I am very excited about. Ninth House is a dark academia fantasy featuring Alex Stern, a girl who can see ghosts and …