Nancy Kress


Although she began by writing fantasy, Nancy Kress currently writes science fiction, most usually about genetic engineering. She teaches regularly at summer conferences such as Clarion, and during the year at the Bethesda Writing Center in Bethesda, Maryland. In addition, she is the Fiction columnist for Writer's Digest magazine. She has won two Nebulas and a Hugo, and lost over a dozen more of these awards. Her work has been translated into Swedish, French, Italian, German, and Spanish, among others.


Now We Are Ten

Ian McDonald, Nancy Kress, et al.


Steal Across the Sky

Nancy Kress


New Under the Sun

Therese Pieczynski and Nancy Kress


Act One - Nebula Nominee 2009

Nancy Kress


Galaxy's Edge Magazine: Issue 4, September 2013

Janis Ian and Nancy Kress


Beggars in Spain

Nancy Kress


The Prince of Morning Bells

Nancy Kress


Beggars Ride Lib/E

Nancy Kress


Beggars and Choosers Lib/E

Nancy Kress


Nothing Human

Nancy Kress


Are You There and Other Stories

Jack Skillingstead


Fountain of Age: Stories

Nancy Kress


Warrior Women

Elizabeth Moon, Nancy Kress, et al.


War and Space: Recent Combat

Nancy Kress, Sandra McDonald, et al.