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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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“Seasons of Glass & Iron” Nominated for a Nebula Award

Today the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America announced the finalists for the 2017 Nebula Awards. “Seasons of Glass and Iron,” my short story from The Starlit Wood (reprinted at link by Uncanny magazine), is among them. What follows is a 100% … Continue reading

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“Seasons of Glass and Iron” reprinted in UNCANNY Issue 13

I’m back from the World Fantasy Convention, and have loads I want to say about it, but first — it’s a new month, so there’s new Uncanny! Issue 13 is wholly available in ebook form, and the first half of it … Continue reading

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The Starlit Wood Anthology

Just about a year ago, my now-husband, then-fiancé’s niece asked me to tell her a fairy tale. I made one up, liberally mashing “The Black Bull of Norroway” with “The Glass Mountain” in order to tell her a story about girls … Continue reading

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Uncanny Magazine Issue 5

I’m very happy to see Uncanny Magazine‘s Issue #5 arrive today, bringing with it exceptional essays, stories and poems. Thus far I’ve only read Sofia Samatar’s “Writing Queerly: Three Snapshots” and Mary Robinette Kowal’s “The Midnight Hour” but both are utterly … Continue reading

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