I was a wee queer girl from rural Nebraska during the Bush years. I remember what it feels like to be drowning quietly.
Back in Nebraska, have had so many shy, furtive compliments on the Star Wars rainbow rebel pin on my bag. And just,… https://t.co/MicceqOkic
Amanda is a magpie of plots, bad ideas, and spite. She is a queer speculative fiction writer who writes contemporary fantasy as A. J. Hackwith and sci-fi romance as Ada Harper. Her writing has appeared in Uncanny Magazine and various anthologies, and she's an alumni of Viable Paradise workshop. She's represented by Caitlin McDonald of Donald Maass Literary Agency.
Amanda lives in Seattle, WA with her husband and her ghosts. She's a Slytherin girl, a Ravenclaw nerd, and she always takes the renegade interrupts. And really, isn't that the important things to know?
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Lips of Red, Lips of Black, Skies of Wonder, Skies of Danger: Stories of Airships, Pirates, and Wizards, June 2018
ERROR: KAPPA NOT FOUND, Untethered: A Magic iPhone Anthology, Cantina Publishing 2016
The Library of the Unwritten, Ace, October 2019
A Treason of Truths (Whispers #2), Carina Press, October 2018
A Conspiracy of Whispers, Carina Press, January 2018
And the Dragon was in the Skin, Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction issue, Uncanny Magazine, TBA
Freelance Confidential, Rockable Press, 2011
Web Design Confidential, Rockable Press, 2012