Rebecca Brown lives happily in Madison, Wisconsin with her very handy husband, three busy sons and two good-looking but useless dogs. She teaches Four Year Old Kindergarten at a Madison nursery school and falls in love with her job all over again every day. Her writing has been featured in Brava Magazine. In 2012 her essay “Mothering the Storm: Parenting with depression” was featured in a “Listen to Your Mother” show in Madison, WI. In 2015 her essay was included in the national anthology titled “Listen to Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now” published by Penguin (2015).
When she isn’t busy mothering, teaching or writing, she splits her time between serial “do-it-yourself-ing", speed reading, and pretending to understand whatever video game her children are obsessed with.
Her debut novel "Flying at Night" will be released by Berkley Books, an imprint of Penguin Random House in April of 2018. She is currently at work on her next novel.