Mary A. Turzillo
My Nebula winning story, "Mars Is No Place for Children," and my novel An Old-Fashioned Martian Girl, (Analog, July - November 2004) have been selected as recreational reading on the International Space Station. My poetry and fiction appears in Asimov's, Astropoetica, Interzone, Oceans of the Mind, Star*Line, Strange Horizons, Goblin Fruit, and anthologies and magazines in the US, Great Britain, Japan, Italy, Germany, and the Czech Republic. My poetry collection, Your Cat & Other Space Aliens, was a Pushcart nominee. My most recent book is The Dragon Dictionary, with Marge Simon (Sam's Dot, 2010). I have work coming out in Ladies of Trade Town and The Worlds of Philip Josť Farmer.
I live with four aliens and a mad scientist named Geoff Landis in Cleveland, Ohio. My hobbies include wringing my hands and wondering where the time has gone. I also like to go to restaurants and order strange things without actually knowing what they are.
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