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After Grandma died, after we wrapped her in silk and buried her near the French lilac, you stood on the porch, and you said “I wish I could have mittens made of her fur.” It was cold that night, it’s true, but still, I was a little surprised. It seemed so soon to be thinking of that.
|What I Write||
I write short stories, and I try not to do the same thing twice.
I taught a week of Clarion West in 2015 and loved every minute of it. My stories can be found online on Tor.com, Lightspeed, Flurb, and elsewhere. My recent collection, Questionable Practices (Small Beer Press, 2014), received a starred review in Publishers Weekly. My previous collection, Stable Strategies and Others (Tachyon Publications, 2004), was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick award and the World Fantasy Award, and was shortlisted for the James Tiptree, Jr. award. The Japanese translation (2006, Hayakawa) received the Sense of Gender award in 2007.
I will write something, maybe just a string of swearwords, for 15 minutes every day of the Write-a-thon.