Published Fiction

The Fairy Egg

A modern retelling of the death of Bridget Cleary. Published in the Sept/Oct 2020 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.

All of Me

A novella that weaves together Puerto Rico, Rita Hayworth, and a very unconventional mermaid into a viscerally disturbing narrative about the horrors of colonialism. Published in the March/April 2019 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Can be read here.

Clara Vox

A suicidal girl meets a woman with an unwanted gift from god. Found in Upper Rubber Boot’s anthology Broad Knowledge: 35 Women Up To No GoodCan be read here.

Morbier

A short story about time, trauma, and food. Published in FSF’s July/August 2018 issue. You can read it here.

Water God’s Dog

An allegory inspired by Sumerian mythology and a very frustrating job hunt. Appeared in FSF‘s November/December 2017 issue. Can be read here.

My English Name

A counterfeit human falls in love in this body horror novelette about alienation, identity and longing. First published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction‘s May/June 2017 issue. Reprinted in The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume TwelveThe Year’s Top Ten Tales of Science Fiction 10, and the late, great Gardner Dozois’s The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Fifth Annual Collection as well as the The Very Best of the Best: 35 Years of The Year’s Best Science Fiction  Translated into Polish in Nowa Fantastyka.

3 thoughts on “Published Fiction

  1. J. Corkey Custer says:

    I just finished, “ My English Name. “ I was so moved and fascinated that I am writing this with my Kindle still on my lap.

    I hope you appreciate the difficulty of writing to someone who had just astonished you with her writing , but I couldn’t go to bed without telling your how remarkable it was. Thanks.

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  2. Ivan Curzi says:

    Just to say there’a an italian traslation of the beautiful story “My english name”, it is published by mondadori in the year’s best sf: thirty-fifth annual

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