Why I Write:

Because sometimes what you write hits people like this:

Seriously, there are only a handful of short stories that I look back on and remember vividly: Neil Gaiman’s version of Snow White, Harlan Ellison’s “I Have No Mouth & I Must Scream,” Kate Wilhelm’s “The Funeral,” Hemingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants,” others I am neglecting, and “Genderbending at the Madhattered” by Kameron Hurley.


Ah, makes it all worth it.

Excuse me while I get back to work…

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Brutal. Devastating. Dangerous. Join an investigation into a cruel and heartless leader … crawl through filth and mud to escape biological warfare … team up with time-traveling soldiers faced with potentially life-altering instructions. Kameron Hurley, award-winning author and expert in the future of war and resistance movements, has created eighteen exhilarating tales giving glimpses into […]

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