NameLength Published byIssue / Date
“The Last Romantic on the Belliponte”NoveletteAnalogMay/June 2023
“The Pool Noodle Alien Posse”NoveletteThe Future FireApril 2023
“Lost and Found”NoveletteClarkesworldOctober 2022
“Proximity Games” Short Story F&SFJan/Feb 2022
“Love Unflinching, at Low- to Zero-G”NoveletteClarkesworldOctober 2021
“Mercy and the Mollusc” Novella ClarkesworldMarch 2021
“Seeding the Mountain”NoveletteAnalogSept/Oct 2020
“Nine Words for Loneliness in the Language of the Uma’u”NovellaClarkesworldJuly 2020
“Leave-Taking”Short StoryClarkesworldMarch 2020
“To Catch All Sorts of Flying Things”NoveletteClarkesworldSeptember 2019
“And You Will Know Us By Our Monsters”Short StoryThe Future FireAugust 2019
“Belly Up” Novelette AnalogJuly/August 2017
“A Tower for the Coming World” Short Story ClarkesworldDecember 2016
“Seven Ways of Looking at the Sun-Worshippers of Yul-Katan”NoveletteAnalogApril 2016
“The Stars, Their Faces Uplifted in Song” Novelette GigaNotoSaurusNovember 2015
“The Individuality Clause” Short Story Daily Science FictionOctober 2015
“Live from the Air Chair” Short StoryAnalogSeptember 2015
“The Last Lawsuit” Short StoryBastionSeptember 2014
“Game of Primes” NoveletteGigaNotoSaurusJune 2014
“A Gift in Time”Short StoryClarkesworldMay 2014
“We Who Are About To Watch You Die Salute You”NoveletteAnalogMarch 2014
“The Aftermath”Short StoryClarkesworldNovember 2013
“Hydroponics 101”Short StoryAnalogJune 2013
“Aquatica”Short StoryClarkesworldNovember 2012
“A Plague of Zhe”Short StoryLightspeedJune 2012
“The Bittersweet Here and After”Short StoryDaily Science FictionApril 27, 2012
“Saying the Names”Short StoryLightspeedMarch 2011
“Children”NoveletteVagabondage PressApril 2010

Reviews & Articles

Review: Ursula K. Le Guin Prize for Fiction Shortlist (Part One and Part Two) at Strange Horizons.

Review: After the Revolution by Robert Evans at Strange Horizons.

Review: The House of Styx by Derek Künsken at Strange Horizons.

Essay: Multispecies Justice in SF (The Promise of Multispecies Justice, Duke University Press).

Essay: Who’s Afraid of the SFF Novel? Lessons from the Genre Gap in Mainstream Reviews at Strange Horizons.

Review: Tower of Mud and Straw by Yaroslav Barsukov at Strange Horizons.

Review: Robot Artists and Black Swans, by Bruce Sterling (Writing as Bruno Argento) at Strange Horizons.

Review: The Wolf Leader at Strange Horizons.

Review: “The Silence of the Wilting Skin” at Strange Horizons.

Roundtable: “We Have the Technology; Where Are the Dreams?”, featuring Colombian creators Hernán Ortiz and Vívi Trujillo, at The Astounding Analog Companion.

Review: “Vagabonds” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “The Hungry Ones” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “The Artificial Man, and Other Stories by Clare Winger Harris” at Strange Horizons.

Article: “How an Experimental Story About Gender and Warfare Shook the Sci-Fi Community” published by The Verge.

Review: “The Lucy Temerlin Institute for Broken Shapeshifters’ Guide to Starving Boys” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “The Road to Neozon” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “The 2019 Arthur C. Clarke Award Shortlist: Parts I and II” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “Strange Economics” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “Alphaland” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “Record of a Spaceborn Few” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “Isle of Dogs” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “The Wrong Stars by Tim Pratt” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “The Killing of a Sacred Deer” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “Corpselight by Angela Slatter” at Strange Horizons.

Review: “A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers” at Strange Horizons.

Review: Sense8 and the Science Fiction of Real Life” at Strange Horizons.


“Intervention”, published by Rattle (February 5, 2019)

“Whatever It Is, It Comes in Waves”, published by Rattle (January 2016).

“Syzygy”, “Words”, “Lethe”, “The Return”, “Ecdysis”, “Heartache”, Threads”, “Loving the Woman”, and “In the Beginning” published by Ryga: A Journal of Provocations (Spring 2011).

“Hester”, “Goldilocks and the Water Bears”, and “Nemesis” published by ditch magazine (January 2010).

“On Realizing There Are Too Many Poems about Onions, Pears, and Brueghel’s Paintings”, published by Rattle (2007).

… And then the light starts to dim!

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