Alex Dally MacFarlane

Alex Dally MacFarlane is a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford, researching Alexander III of Macedon in Classical Armenian historical literature. In their spare time, Alex writes SFF; look for recent fiction in Clockwork Phoenix 5 and nonfiction in Interfictions Online and Letters to Tiptree. Follow @aghvesagirk on Twitter for more.



Stories by Alex Dally MacFarlane:
“Teeth, Tapestries”Issue #208, September 15, 2016
“Written on the Hides of Foxes”Issue #156, September 18, 2014
“Women in Sandstone”Issue #145, April 17, 2014

"This is fine work, mythic in scope... The winds are all distinctive characters, some soft and some harsh. “Your mouth is hanging open like a bell,” the South-East Wind said. “I wonder, if the wind blows between your teeth, will you clang or chime?” That’s strong imagery. The best piece yet I’ve seen from this author. Recommended." —Lois Tilton, Locus online

“Singing Like a Hundred Dug-up Bones”Issue #121, May 16, 2013
“Fox Bones. Many Uses.Issue #99, July 11, 2012

"A depressing tale of courage against heavy odds" —Lois Tilton, Locus online


Podcasts by Alex Dally MacFarlane:
BCS 104: Singing Like a Hundred Dug-up BonesIssue #121, May 16, 2013