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.
- “The Orangery” — Issue #12, March 12, 2009
"a fine spooky (story)" —Rich Horton, Locus
"Recommended" —Lois Tilton, IROSF
Honorable Mention, Year's Best SF 27 (ed. Gardner Dozois)
Million Writers Award Notable Stories of 2009