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Rose Lemberg is a queer immigrant from Eastern Europe and Israel. Rose's work has appeared in Lightspeed, Strange Horizons, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Unlikely Story, Uncanny, and other venues. Rose is a Nebula Award nominee for their Birdverse novelette, "Grandmother-nai-Leylit's Cloth of Winds."

For a quick taste of Rose's writing, try the Sampler. You can support their work on Patreon.

Header image courtesy of M. Sereno.

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After Worldcon

I was at MidAmericon2 only sporadically due to childcare constraints, observance (was not there on Shabbes), and health setbacks. I did not attend any parties, and missed the Hugo Award ceremony. Still, I enjoyed the con very much and loved meeting and/or seeing many of you there. I am sorry I missed so many of

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MidAmeriCon II Schedule

I will be attending parts of Midamericon II in KCMO later this week! Hope to see many of you there. For my individual reading, I will be reading from my new Birdverse novel, THE UPHOLDING. This is the first time I am going to be reading anything from this book. I’ll probably post more about this a few

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Three Honorable Mentions!

We went to Prairie Lights as a reward for all the relentless packing (moving for the fifth time in a year — this is not a drill!), and I spotted a copy of Gardner Dozois’s Year’s Best SF on display. I looked at the Honorable Mentions section in the back and it appears I have THREE

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Uncanny Kickstarter, and Fireside Podcast

Uncanny Magazine is running their third year Kickstarter. They had a great run for the first two years, publishing brilliant award-winning stories, nonfiction, poetry, and art. These folks published my poem “Archival Testimony Fragments/minersong,” set in the Boundless universe; this poem was a Rhysling Award nominee, and was on the Locus Recommended Reading List. My Birdverse short story

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New Birdverse novelette sale

I am very pleased to announce that I sold “The Book of How to Live,” A Birdverse novelette, to Beneath Ceaseless Skies. “The Book of How to Live” has two protagonists, both artificers without magical ability: Efronia Lukano, an autistic woman who is a peasant (and also ace), and Atarah-nai-Rinah, a Lainish Khana woman who is

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“Mirrored Mappings” up at Through the Gate

My Birdverse poem “Mirrored Mappings” is up at Through the Gate today! This poem takes place in the Burri desert; the “I” and the “you” of the poem reference the two main characters of the new Birdverse novella I just finished, “A Portrait of the Desert in Personages of Power.” Thanks to the editor Mitchell Hart

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Coming soon: Birdverse in Chinese translation!

I signed the contract and am very happy to announce that my Nebula-nominated Birdverse novelette “Grandmother-nai-Leylit’s Cloth of Winds” will appear in Chinese translation in Science Fiction World. Here is the website with some recent issues, and here is an English-language Wikipedia page about the magazine. I am very excited about this translation, and glad

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#pridecreators: 10 LGBTQIA creators of color in SFF

To celebrate Pride Month, I am highlighting ten LGBTQIA creators of color in the field of SFF.  I ask those of you who would like to participate, to highlight your favorite LGBTQIA creators using the hashtag #pridecreators Ten LGBTQIA creators of color (order is arbitrary!) 1. Nalo Hopkinson has just created the Lemonade Award to “to recognize five people and groups

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A Cityscape

A few years ago in Kansas City, I visited the Mission Road Antique Mall. I love going to places that have old beautiful old objects, because I love art and material culture. My parents have done a lot of interior design work, and I grew up around it. Looking at old and intricate things is soothing to me,

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World Fantasy Award nominations are open

I just heard from my editor that the World Fantasy Award nominations are open, with a very narrow voting window: they are due on June 15, 2016. WFA is mostly a juried award, but 2 slots in each category are open for voters. Members of the 2014, 2015, and 2016 World Fantasy conventions are eligible

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