Rebecca Campbell


Canada

Rebecca Campbell is a Canadian writer of weird stories and climate change fiction. Her work has appeared in The Year's Best Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, and The Best Science Fiction of the Year, Volumes 5 & 6, in addition to many contemporary magazines, including The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Clarkesworld, and Interzone. She won the Sunburst award for short fiction in 2020 for "The Fourth Trimester is the Strangest" and the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award in 2021 for "An Important Failure." NeWest Press published her first novel, The Paradise Engine, in 2013. You can find her online at whereishere.ca.
 

Awards: Le Guin (2023), Sturgeon (2021)  see all

Genres: Science Fiction, Horror
 
Novels
   The Paradise Engine (2013)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   Arboreality (2022)
   The Talosite (2022)
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Books containing stories by Rebecca Campbell
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The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: Volume Three (2022)
(Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror, book 3)
edited by
Paula Guran
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The Long List Anthology Volume 7 (2022)
(Long List Anthology, book 7)
edited by
David Steffen

More books 


Awards
2023 Ursula K. Le Guin Prize for Fiction : Arboreality
2021 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award : An Important Failure

Award nominations
2022 Philip K Dick Award (nominee) : Arboreality


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