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In Lieu of Tweets, This Post

I miss the Toast. Where else can I pitch an article about Beyoncé and writing fantasy and trust it will find its truest audience? * Today I’m wearing a key on a necklace. It turns no locks. It hangs between … Continue reading

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Max and Amal Go to the Movies

(We didn’t take the swords to the movies.) One of the stretch goals for Uncanny‘s Year 2 Kickstarter campaign was a movie column by Max Gladstone and me, in which we chat about a film we’ve seen recently, kicking it podcast-style … Continue reading

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THE DJINN FALLS IN LOVE Available Today!

Today sees the release of The Djinn Falls in Love & Other Stories worldwide in ebook and in paperback in the UK; it’ll be released in paperback in North America on March 14. I just read this review of the anthology … Continue reading

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“Anabasis” Live on Tor.com

My contribution to Tor.com’s Nevertheless, She Persisted collection is called “Anabasis,” and it’s live. In addition to the prompt, it draws on this news story. I’ve been reading everyone else’s contributions with awe, marvelling at what different things we all did, … Continue reading

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NEVERTHELESS Stories for International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day! LONG AGO, all the way back on MONDAY, I noted that today would be the day Tor.com would release the flash fiction stories written in response to “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she … Continue reading

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Reading Cassandra Khaw for UNCANNY

It’s no secret that I read poems and stories for Uncanny magazine‘s monthly podcast. I love doing it, not least because in months heavy with other kinds of work it feels really good to know that I’m guaranteed to read at … Continue reading

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Defending V FOR VENDETTA — The Movie — on Unjustly Maligned

It can be told! A long while ago now, Antony Johnston invited me to appear on Unjustly Maligned, a podcast where guests turn up to “explain why that thing you hate is actually really great.” I was stymied by this brief … Continue reading

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Nevertheless, She Persisted

In the wake of some truly beautiful poetry being unexpectedly spoken by Mitch McConnell in an attempt to silence Elizabeth Warren, Tor.com is launching a flash fiction collection inspired by it, scheduled to run on March 8, International Women’s Day. I’m honoured … Continue reading

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His Hands Are Small, We Know

If you lived in North America and listened to the radio a lot in 1998, chances are the title of this post is doing something weird to your brain. Brace yourselves — it’s only getting weirder (and more awesome) from here. I … Continue reading

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Review Column in March Issue of Lightspeed

It’s the first of a new month, and with it comes a shiny new issue of Lightspeed!  I have a review column in this one, in which I talk about sequels and what I think made so many of them … Continue reading

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