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Sarah Pinsker

Sarah Pinsker's Nebula and Sturgeon Award-winning short fiction has appeared in Asimov's, F&SF, Uncanny, Strange Horizons, as well as numerous other magazines, anthologies, year's bests, podcasts, and translation markets. She is also a singer/songwriter who has toured nationally behind three albums on various independent labels. Her first collection, Sooner or Later Everything Falls Into the Sea, was released in early 2019 by Small Beer Press. This is her first novel. She lives with her wife in Baltimore, Maryland.

Genres: Science Fiction
Series contributed to
Anthologies edited
   Fierce Family (2014) (with Bart R Leib)
   The Future Embodied (2014) (with Jason Andrew and Mae Empson)
   Funny Science Fiction (2015) (with Alex Shvartsman)
   The Long List Anthology (2015) (with Carmen Maria Machado, Usman T Malik and David Steffen)
   Spark: A Creative Anthology, Volume VII: 7 (2016)
   Heiresses of Russ 2016 (2016) (with Steve Berman and A M Dellamonica)
   Behind the Mask (2017) (with Trica Reeks, Tricia Reeks and Kyle Richardson)
   Catalysts, Explorers & Secret Keepers (2017) (with Rachel Frederick, Barbara Jasny, Monica Louzon, Heather McHale and Jake Weisfeld)
   The Long List Anthology Volume 3 (2017) (with David Steffen)
Sarah Pinsker recommends
Tomorrow Factory (2018)
Rich Larson
"Rich Larson's stories crackle with energy and imagination and I'm only a little jealous- signed, the 3rd most prolific short fiction author of 2016."
The Haunting of Tram Car 015 (2019)
(Dead Djinn Universe)
P Djèlí Clark
"The Haunting of Tram Car 015 is a witty, political, magical visit to an alternate 1912 Cairo suffused with richly imagined sights, tastes, and a dash of bureaucracy. Forget the Ministry of Magic; you want to be there when the agents of the Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments and Supernatural Entities get to work on a case."
The Album of Dr. Moreau (2021)
Daryl Gregory
"This book has everything: a genetically engineered boy band, a great detective, a Zima-soaked tour party full of suspects, and a clever locked-room mystery. Funny, smart, and completely satisfying. I devoured it like a delicious grub snack."
A Spindle Splintered (2021)
Alix E Harrow
"What I love about Alix Harrow's work is that her stories are clearly written by someone who loves and knows stories, featuring characters who also love and know stories. This is a self-aware, empowered riff on Sleeping Beauty that manages to be thrilling, funny, smart, and sweet."

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