Premee Mohamed's picture

Premee Mohamed

Premee Mohamed is an Indo-Caribbean scientist and speculative fiction writer based in Canada. Her short fiction has appeared in a variety of venues and her debut novel, ‘Beneath the Rising,’ came out from Solaris Books in March 2020.

Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy
Beneath the Rising
   1. Beneath The Rising (2020)
   2. A Broken Darkness (2021)
   3. The Void Ascendant (2022)
   Giftmas 2018 Advent Anthology (2018) (with others)
   No One Will Come Back For Us (2023)
   The Other Side of Never (2023) (with others)
Novellas and Short Stories
Series contributed to
Premee Mohamed recommends
Last to Leave the Room (2023)
Caitlin Starling
"A bow-taut psychological thriller, a virtuoso science fiction tale, and above all an unsqueamish exploration of identity, ambition, cruelty and memory. It's a terrifying combination of tension and imagination that could only have come from the mind of Caitlin Starling -- no one else working in speculative fiction could have executed this with such style and confidence."
Black River Orchard (2023)
Chuck Wendig
"A fresh and unexpected horror feat, expertly drawing from the ancient, endless wells of our greatest fears."
The Saint of Bright Doors (2023)
Vajra Chandrasekera
"Weirder than Mieville, as deeply humane and philosophical as Le Guin, The Saint of Bright Doors is a tale of belief and myth and story and grief layered with the dense, brilliant luminosity of an oil painting."
Linghun (2023)
Ai Jiang
"Mother believes the dead deserve our full attention-Linghun asks us whether that's at the expense of the living. A dark, wise, and heartbreaking examination of grief and yearning, family and agency."
Sister, Maiden, Monster (2023)
Lucy A Snyder
"Unflinchingly gory, fast-paced and full of disasters both expected and unexpected ... you have never read another cosmic horror like this. It's impossible to look away."
Helpmeet (2022)
Naben Ruthnum
"An everyday tragedy spirals into a medical mystery and then into something much darker and more disquieting, executed in prose that glitters like candlelight on an open wound. I loved this intensely claustrophobic study of a complicated marriage twisting itself into something monstrous."
Face (2022)
Jaspreet Singh
"Dense with observation, this scalpel-sharp narrative flinches from nothing. It approaches memory, family, history, and the great oncoming disaster of the Anthropocene with courage bordering on fury."

Visitors also looked at these authors

About Fantastic Fiction       Information for Authors