Clarkesworld Issue 93

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$6.99
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Clarkesworld Magazine
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104
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5.5 X 0.25 X 8.5 inches | 0.31 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
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9780692230916

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About the Author

"Mary Anne Mohanraj is author of Bodies in Motion (HarperCollins) and fourteen other titles. Bodies in Motion was a finalist for the Asian American Book Awards, a USA Today Notable Book, and has been translated into six languages. She's received a Locus Award, a CFW Breaking Barriers Award, an Illinois Arts Council Fellowship, and more.

Mohanraj is Clinical Associate Professor of fiction and literature at the University of Illinois at Chicago, serves as Executive Director of DesiLit (desilit.org), and directs the Kriti Festival of Art and Literature (kritifestival.org). She founded and served for ten issues as editor-in-chief of Jaggery, a South Asian literary journal (jaggerylit.com). She serves on the board of her local garden club "€" she loves incorporating garden harvests into her recipes "€" and was recently elected to the Oak Park library board.

Mohanraj was born in Sri Lanka in 1971, and moved to America at the age of 2. When she was young, her family would go back often to vis

Robert Reed is an adjunct Professor of English at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. Mr. Reed has written earlier books about train wrecks, streamline industrial design, the New York City elevated railroad system, and nineteenth-century Washington, D.C.
Tang Fei, writer, commentator. Member of the Shanghai Writer's Association and the SFWA. Her signature works include Paradise in the Clouds, The Person who Saw Cetus and The Anonymous Banquet. Since 2013, ten of her stories have been translated and published around the world; her novella The Panda Keeper won Best Microfiction at 2019's Smokelong Quarterly, Wu Ding's Journey to the West won the Silver Prize for Most Popular Deduction Fiction at the Speculative Fiction in Translation Awards, and "The Robe" won Best Short Story at the Yinli (China Reader's Choice) SF Awards. Apart from writing, she also dabbles in other art forms such as literary criticism, poetry, installation art and photography. Her commentary pieces have been published in The Economics Observer (China), Hong Kong and Shenzhen Literary Review.