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Tamsyn Muir

TAMSYN MUIR is a horror, fantasy and sci-fi author whose short fiction has been nominated for the Nebula Award, the Shirley Jackson Award, the World Fantasy Award and the Eugie Foster Memorial Award. A Kiwi, she has spent most of her life in Howick, New Zealand, with time living in Waiuku and central Wellington. She currently lives and teaches in Oxford, in the United Kingdom. Gideon the Ninth is her first novel.

Genres: Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy
Locked Tomb
   1. Gideon the Ninth (2019)
   2. Harrow the Ninth (2020)
   3. Nona the Ninth (2022)
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Exordia (2024)
Seth Dickinson
"Magnificent. . . . A science fiction action juggernaut."
The Archive Undying (2023)
(Downworld Sequence, book 1)
Emma Mieko Candon
"Giant robots stomp around a lush and tactile world of ruined cities and unknowable AI gods, which is all one could ever need."
Some Desperate Glory (2023)
Emily Tesh
"Masterful, audacious storytelling. Relentless, unsentimental, a completely wild ride."

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Anthologies containing stories by Tamsyn Muir
Far Out (2021)
Recent Queer Science Fiction and Fantasy
edited by
Paula Guran
Clarkesworld Year Ten: Volume One (2019)
(Clarkesworld Anthology, book 10)
edited by
Neil Clarke and Sean Wallace
The Long List Anthology Volume 2 (2016)
(Long List Anthology, book 2)
edited by
David Steffen

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