A. J. Hackwith is (almost) certainly not an ink witch in a hoodie. She's a queer writer of fantasy and science fiction living in Seattle, and writes sci-fi romance as Ada Harper. She is a graduate of the Viable Paradise writer's workshop and her work appears in Uncanny Magazine and assorted anthologies. Summon A.J. at your own peril with an arcane circle of fountain pens and classic RPGs, or you can find her on Twitter and other dark corners of the Internet.
A J Hackwith recommends
Mexican Gothic (2020)
"An intense, beautiful monster of a novel . . . Moreno-Garcia’s gothic plot is as sharp as a razor and twice as dangerous."
Architects of Memory (2020)
(Memory War, book 1)
"Architects of Memory is the queer, nail-biting lovechild of the humanity of The Expanse and the action-fast pulse of Die Hard, and I loved every minute of it."
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