Terence Kuch's speculative fiction stories and the occasional poem have appeared in paying markets including Dark Fiction Spotlight, Arct, Ballista (U.K.), Fusion Fragment, Niteblade (Canada), Noctober, Polluto (U.K.), Roar & Thunder (Australia), and Sybil's Garage. His work has been featured in anthologies from Pill Hill, House of Horror (U.K.), Static Movement, etc.
His work in literary and other genres has appeared in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, India, and Thailand, including Commonweal, Diagram, Dissent, Foundling Review, Journal of Irreproducible Results, New Scientist, New York magazine, Penguin Review, Stray Branch, Thema, Unlikely 2.0, 5923 Quarterly, North American Review, Slow Trains, Worm-Runners' Digest, Yellow Mama, Washington Post Book World, Washington Post Magazine, and others. One of his more irreverent pieces was praised in the New York Times.
Terence Kuch lives in Pimmit Hills, Virginia, with his wife and several dissatisfied cats.