KERSTIN HALL is a writer and editor based in Cape Town, South Africa. She completed her undergraduate studies in journalism at Rhodes University and, as a Mandela Rhodes Scholar, continued with a Masters degree at the University of Cape Town. Her short fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, and she is a first reader for Beneath Ceaseless Skies. She also enjoys photography and is inspired by the landscapes of South Africa and Namibia. You can find her at kerstinhall.com and on Twitter at @Kerstin__Hall.
Terra Incognita: New Speculative Fiction from Africa (2017) (with Nerine Dorman)
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Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters (2021)
"Familiar and fresh, intimate and expansive -- a fairy tale flung into the future."
A Spindle Splintered (2021)
(Fractured Fables, book 1)
Alix E Harrow
"A Spindle Splintered is a princess story gone rogue. At times sweet and funny, at others bitingly acerbic, this whirlwind tour of fairyland jabs at the old happily-ever-afters -- and asks whether we might want more than a prince and a palace."
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