I’m an American Nebula- and Eugie Foster Award-nominated speculative fiction writer living in the Netherlands. My first two novellas, “Local Star” and Nebula Award Finalist “Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters” debuted in 2021, and my short fiction has appeared in publications such as Lightspeed, Clarkesworld, Analog, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
If you’re looking for a full list of publications, you can find it here, and you can keep abreast of upcoming fiction by subscribing to my newsletter. If you’re not sure where to start with stories, a few suggestions:
The newest free-to-read story: “Her Suffering, Pretty and Private”
Looking for my forthcoming novella about a dogged AI reporter hot on the heels of a story? Read more here about “Emergent Properties”.
Are you looking for a fiery, triumphantalist critique of capitalism, the valuation of profit and power over human life, and the editorial assholery of John W. Campbell? Try “The Cold Calculations”.
What if you’d like rich prose that re-addresses the myth of a woman created from flowers to be given to a man as bride from her point of view? Try “A Flower Cannot Love the Hand”, which was a Eugie Foster Award finalist last year.
How about a story about the pieces of ourselves we have to leave behind, and the connections that we can still make with one another in spite of grief? Try “Seb Dreams of Reincarnation”.
If you’d like something from the point of view of one of the dead women that a Tortured Male Hero uses to haunt himself, try “His Heart is the Haunted House”.
Or maybe you just want a silly piece of flash about what would happen if a stray bit of code happened to have roughly the personality of the Horrible Goose? Try “It Is a Beautiful Day on the Internet, and You are a Horrible Bot”.