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Uncanny Authors

Kyell Gold

Kyell Gold has been part of the furry fandom for nearly 25 years and has published over 20 novels and novellas. He’s won twelve Ursa Major awards and two Rainbow Awards for his writing, and in January 2016 led furry fandom’s first residential writing workshop. He has lived on the East Coast and in the Midwest, but moved to California in 1998 and has stayed there since, now living with his husband in Silicon Valley. They enjoy dining out, cooking in, and traveling around the world.

Héctor González

Héctor González (he/they) is a nonbinary Mexican speculative fiction writer living in Austin, TX. They often explores traditional Mexican cooking as gateway narratives on his Instagram @mexicanity as Abuelite Héctor.

Sarah Goslee

Sarah Goslee is a scientist, writer, and fiber artist from central Pennsylvania. Her fiction has been published in Fireside and Daily Science Fiction, among others. Cancer treatment and recovery has taught her many things she did not wish to know, and she does not recommend it as a hobby. See sarahgoslee.com for more.

Theodora Goss

Theodora Goss is the World Fantasy, Locus, and Mythopoeic Award-winning author of the short story and poetry collections In the Forest of Forgetting (2006), Songs for Ophelia (2014), and Snow White Learns Witchcraft (2019), as well as novels The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter (2017), European Travel for the Monstrous Gentlewoman, and The Sinister Mystery of the Mesmerizing Girl (2019). She has been a finalist for the Nebula, Crawford, and Shirley Jackson Awards, as well as on the Tiptree Award Honor List. Her work has been translated into fifteen languages. She teaches literature and writing at Boston University. Visit her at theodoragoss.com.

Hiromi Goto

Hiromi Goto is the author of many books for youth and adults. Her writings has been honoured with The Commonwealth Writer’s Prize Best First Book, the Japan-Canada Book Award, the James Tiptree Jr. Award, the Sunburst Award, and the Carl Brandon Parallax Award. Her first graphic novel, Shadow Life, with artist Celine Loup, will be published in 2018 with First Second Books. She is a mentor in The Writer’s Studio at Simon Fraser University, an editor, and a mother. She’s on Twitter @hinganai, Instagram @hiromigotowrites, and at www.hiromigoto.com.

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Neile Graham

Neile Graham’s life is full of writing and writers. Canadian by birth and inclination, she currently lives in Seattle, Washington, where she has been wrangling writers for the Clarion West Writers Workshop for 18 years. She has been widely published as a poet, narrowly published as a short story writer, and is currently struggling with novels. Two new poetry collections are scheduled for next year. See neilegraham.com for more info.

A. T. Greenblatt

A.T. Greenblatt is a Nebula Award winning writer and mechanical engineer. She lives in New York City where she’s known to frequently subject her friends to various cooking and home brewing experiments. Her work has been nominated for a Hugo, Locus, and Sturgeon Award, has been in multiple Year’s Best anthologies, and has appeared in Tor.com, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Lightspeed, and Clarkesworld, as well as other fine publications. You can find her online at http://atgreenblatt.com and on Twitter at @AtGreenblatt

Lora Gray

Lora Gray is a non-binary speculative fiction writer and poet from Northeast Ohio. Their poetry has been nominated for the Rhysling Award, and has previously appeared, or is forthcoming, in Strange Horizons, Asimov’s Science Fiction, and Kaleidotrope among other places. When they aren’t writing, Lora works as an artist, dance instructor and wrangler of a very smart cat named Cecil. You can find Lora online at lora-gray.com.

Daryl Gregory

Daryl Gregory writes genre–mixing novels, stories, and comics. His most recent work is the young adult novel Harrison Squared and the novella We Are All Completely Fine, which won the World Fantasy and Shirley Jackson awards, and was a finalist for the Nebula, Sturgeon, and Locus awards. A TV show based on the book is in development at the SyFy channel. His novels include Afterparty, an NPR and Kirkus best fiction book of 2014; Raising Stony Mayhall; The Devil’s Alphabet; and the Crawford–Award–winning Pandemonium. Many of his short stories are collected in Unpossible and Other Stories.

Sarah Grey

Sarah Grey’s poetry has appeared in Fantasy Magazine, Strange Horizons, Liminality, Dreams & Nightmares, Eye to the Telescope, and elsewhere. She lives with her family in California, believes life is better on purple suede skates, and travels whenever the world’s not on fire. She can be found at www.sarahgrey.net.

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