Tony Pi
Originally from Taiwan, Dr. Tony Pi earned his Ph.D. in Linguistics at McGill University and now lives in Toronto, Canada. His story “No Sweeter Art”, from BCS #155, was a finalist for the Aurora Awards and its BCS podcast a finalist for the Parsec Awards.  He is a finalist again in the 2016 Aurora Awards for Best English Short Story for “Cosmobotica”, which he co-wrote with Costi Gurgu for The Mammoth Book of Dieselpunk. Visit www.tonypi.com for a list of his other works.


Stories by Tony Pi:
“The Sweetest Skill”Issue #197, April 14, 2016
“No Sweeter Art”Issue #155, September 4, 2014

"A strongly-realized setting here, and an effective Zodiac-based magic system." —Lois Tilton, Locus online

“The Curse of Chimère”Issue #53, Second Anniversary Double-Issue, October 7, 2010

"complex and fantastic enough to be thoroughly rewarding, not to mention entertaining." —Tangent Online

Honorable Mention, Year's Best SF 28 (ed. Gardner Dozois)

“Silk and Shadow”Issue #11, February 26, 2009

"All is resolved imaginatively"  —Rich Horton, Locus

"Recommended"  —Lois Tilton, IROSF

Honorable Mention, Year's Best SF 27 (ed. Gardner Dozois)


Podcasts by Tony Pi:
BCS 173: The Sweetest SkillIssue #197, April 14, 2016
BCS 133: No Sweeter ArtIssue #155, September 4, 2014

Audio Vault Podcasts by Tony Pi:
BCS Audio Vault 023: No Sweeter ArtIssue #197, April 7, 2016