Issue 34 Contributor Biographies
Ibi Zoboi was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and her short stories have been anthologized in Dark Matter: Reading the Bones, Haiti Noir, and The Caribbean Writer among others. She is the recent winner of the Speculative Literature Foundation Travel Grant. A graduate of the Clarion West and VONA writing workshops, Ibi is a mom of three, married to a woodcarving illustrator, and is a teaching artist in New York City public schools. She likes mangos and avocados and is terribly superstitious.
Silvia Moreno-Garcia is a Mexican native who now lives in Canada with her family and two cats. When she’s not writing, you can find her working on Innsmouth Free Press. She blogs and Twitters from time to time.
Nghi Vo currently lives by an inland sea, and her work has appeared in Strange Horizons and AlienSkin. Her current interests include moulage, old gods, new gods, cooking, eye injuries, Elizabethan theater, and the Ottoman Empire.
A graduate of the 2007 Clarion Writing workshop, Keyan Bowes is a peripatetic author of speculative fiction whose work has appeared in Strange Horizons, Big Pulp, Cabinet des Fees, and several anthologies. Keyan maintains a website at www.keyanbowes.org and is currently working on two novels for teenagers.
Jennifer K. Chung
Jennifer K. Chung is a writer, pianist, and software engineer based in Seattle, WA. Her first book, Terroryaki!, won the 33rd International 3-Day Novel Contest. In her free time, she enjoys playing music and studying Naginata, a Japanese martial art.