K. C. Norton’s work can be found at Daily Science Fiction, Flash Fiction Online, and Writers of the Future, among other venues. She lives in the least-rural part of rural Pennsylvania with a small cow-spotted dog. She can be found at facebook.com/greekpunk, and can be tweeted @kc_norton if the urge should strike.
Special double-issue for BCS Science-Fantasy Month 5, featuring two bonus stories and science-fantasy cover art "Investigate" by Andis Reinbergs.
Issue #299 – Science-Fantasy Month 5 — Mar. 12, 2020
Special double-issue for BCS Science-Fantasy Month 5, featuring three bonus stories and science-fantasy cover art "Investigate" by Andis Reinbergs.
K.C. Shaw’s fiction has appeared in numerous magazines, including Fictitious Force, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, and Renard’s Menagerie. Her website is http://www.randomsoftware.com/kshaw/fiction.html.
K.D. Wentworth has sold more than seventy pieces of short fiction to such markets as F&SF, Hitchcock’s, Realms of Fantasy, Weird Tales, Sword and Sorceress 23, Witch Way to the Mall, and Return to the Twilight Zone. Three of her stories have been Finalists for the Nebula Award. Currently she has seven novels in print, the most recent being The Course of Empire, written with Eric Flint and published by Baen. Her forthcoming book (also co-written with Eric Flint) is tentatively titled The Honor of Empire. She lives in Tulsa with her husband and a combined total of one hundred sixty pounds of dog (Akita + Siberian Hussy) and is working on another new novel with Flint.
KJ Kabza has sold over seventy stories to venues such as F&SF, Nature, Strange Horizons, Motherboard, and many more. His first print collection, The Ramshead Algorithm and Other Stories, has been called “a fresh new voice in the genre” by Booklist and is out now from Pink Narcissus Press. Visit him at www.kjkabza.com, follow him on Twitter @KJKabza, or visit his author page at Curious Fictions.
- “The Bone Flute Quartet” — Issue #277, May 9, 2019
- “The Garden of Ending” — Issue #211, October 27, 2016
- “Steady on Her Feet” — Issue #168, March 5, 2015
- “The Leafsmith in Love” — Issue #39, March 25, 2010
"Delightful fantasy love story" —Lois Tilton, Locus online
Recommended Reading, Year's Best SF & F 2011, ed. Rich Horton
K.J. Parker is the author of the best-selling ‘Engineer’ trilogy (Devices and Desires, Evil for Evil, The Escapement) as well as the previous ‘Fencer’ (The Colours in the Steel, The Belly of the Bow, The Proof House) and ‘Scavenger’ (Shadow, Pattern, Memory) trilogies, and has twice won the World Fantasy Award for Best Novella. K.J. Parker also writes under the name Tom Holt.
- “Portrait Of The Artist” — Issue #287, Eleventh Anniversary Double-Issue, September 26, 2019
- “The Thought That Counts” — Issue #250, Special Double-Issue, April 26, 2018
- “Told By An Idiot” — Issue #192, February 4, 2016
- “Heaven Thunders The Truth” — Issue #157, Sixth Anniversary Double-Issue, October 9, 2014
"...features a magic system with which I’m not otherwise familiar, told in the author’s usual wry and witty narrative voice. The concluding theme turns out to be truth and the utility of a lie, but there are other issues to engage readers. I look forward to more of these. Recommended." —Lois Tilton, Locus online
Kameron Hurley is the author of The Stars are Legion, the Worldbreaker Saga, and the God’s War Trilogy. She has won the Hugo Award, Locus Award, Kitschy Award, and Sydney J. Bounds Award for Best Newcomer; she has also been a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, Nebula Award, and the Gemmell Morningstar Award. Her short fiction has appeared in Popular Science, Lightspeed, Year’s Best SF, The Lowest Heaven, and Meeting Infinity. Her nonfiction has been featured in The Atlantic, The Village Voice, LA Weekly, Locus, and the collection The Geek Feminist Revolution.
Kamila Zeman Miller lives with her family on small acreage in the Columbia River Gorge, where she paints and writes speculative fiction. She has the obligatory large number of rescued cats, as well as dogs, goats, rabbits and a very raccoon-savvy but consequently lonely chicken. "Thistles and Barley" is her first published story.
Karalynn Lee grew up in Korea without being fluent in Korean. She now lives in Silicon Valley and has just a high enough geek knowledge score to pass as one in dim lighting and loud music. She is fond of both poetry and terrible action movies.
- “Court Bindings” — Issue #176, June 25, 2015
- “Unsilenced” — Issue #105, Fourth Anniversary Double-Issue, October 11, 2012
"A complex web of stories, held together by love.... Beginning as a story of court intrigue, it grows in scope to embrace divinity. The costs of learning what is truly valuable are tragic, because some things can’t be recovered or compensated for." Recommended —Lois Tilton, Locus online
Karen Osborne lives in Baltimore, MD, with two violins, an autoharp, a theremin, three cameras, a husband, and a bonkers orange cat. Her short fiction appears in Uncanny, Fireside, Escape Pod, Robot Dinosaurs, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies. Her debut novel, Architects of Memory, will be published in 2020 by Tor. She emcees the Charm City Spec reading series, plays the fiddle in a ceilidh band, and once won a major-event filmmaking award for shooting and editing a Klingon wedding trailer. You can find her on Twitter at @karenthology.
- “The Two-Bullet War” — Issue #278, May 23, 2019
- “The Bodice, The Hem, The Woman, Death” — Issue #263, October 25, 2018