Sunday, April 8, 2012


A non-comprehensive list of my publications, along with links:


In the Deep. Candlemark & Gleam, Cambridge, MA: Sept 2021

Fault Lines. Candlemark & Gleam, Cambridge, MA: June 2018.

Broken Slate. Crossed Genre Press, Somerville, MA: July 2011.

Anthology (Edited)

Menial: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction.  Crossed Genre Press, MA: January 2013.

Short Stories

"Occurrence at O1339." Forthcoming in Clarkesworld.

"Little Bird," in Retellings of the Inland Seas, Candlemark & Gleam, Cambridge, MA. June 2020.

"The History of the Invasion Told in Five Dogs." The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May/June 2017. 138-144. Print. Reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Fifth Annual Collection, Ed. Gardner Dozois, July 3, 2018.

"Down the Twisting Alleyways."  The Sockdolager. 29 March 2016.

"What Happened To Lord Elomar during The Revolution." The Sockdolager. 15 September 2015.

"Dream Cake."  Strange Horizons.  20 October 2014.

"Life on Mars." Daily Science Fiction.  April 14, 2014.

"Velocity's Ghost." In The Other Half of The Sky. Candlemark & Gleam, April 2013.

“In the Cold,” Strange Horizons. January 6, 2012.

The Holder’s Black-Haired Daughter,” Strange Horizons. 16 May 2011.

“Dangerous Terrain,” Crossed Genres. 2.12 Dec 2010.

“Drafting Zoe,” The Future Fire. 2010.21.

“Lunch Money,” Crossed Genres 1.13 Dec 2009. Available in Crossed Genres Year 2.

"In Memory of Matilda Byrne,” Louisiana Literature, Summer / Fall (2003): 85-97.



"On Books," Asimov's Science Fiction, forthcoming, May/June 2024.

"Book Zone," Interzone #297, 2024, pp 161-175.

"Book Reviews," Interzone #296, 2023, pp 173-198.

"On Books," Asimov's Science Fiction, November/December 2023, pp 200-210.

"On Books," Asimov's Science Fiction, May/June 2023, pp 200-205.

A Review of Moths and Manhunt, IZ Digital, 5 April 2023.

Review of Screams in the Dark, ed, Ellen Datlow, Strange Horizons, 16 Dec 2022.

Review of The Map and the Territory, by A.M. Tuomala, IZ Digital, December 2022.

"On Books," Asimov's Science Fiction, November/December 2022, pp. 200-206.

"On Books," Asimov's Science Fiction, May/June 2022, pp. 200-207.

Review of Water Horse, by Melissa Scott, Strange Horizons, 25 August 2021.

Review of Situation Normal, by Leonard Richardson, Strange Horizons, 21 May 2021.

Review of The Relentless Moon, by Mary Robinette Kowal, Strange Horizons, 12 April 2021.

Review of The Pursuit of William Abbey by Claire North, Strange Horizons, 12 August 2020.

Review of Fates and Furies by Christine Lucas, Strange Horizons, 31 January 2020.

Review of Green Jay and Crow by D.J. Daniels, Strange Horizons, 12 July 2019.

Review of Who Runs the World? by Virginia Bergin, Strange Horizons, 14 November 2018.

Review of The Enclave by Anne Charnock, Strange Horizons. 13 June 2018.

Review of The Book of the Unnamed Midwife and The Book of Etta by Meg Elison, Strange Horizons. 19 February 2018.

Review of Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction. Ed. by Lisa Yaszek and Patrick B. Sharp. Strange Horizons. 14 August 2017.

Review of To Shape the Dark, Ed. by Athena Andreadis, Strange Horizons. 21 Nov. 2016.

Review of Hwarhath Stories by Eleanor Arnason. Strange Horizons. 19 Sept. 2016.

Review of Dragonheart by Cecelia Holland. Strange Horizons. 18 January 2016.

Review of Cryoburn by Lois McMaster Bujold. Strange Horizons. 14 February 2011.

Review of Ideomancer 9.4. Rise Reviews. 14 February 2011.

Review of The Shadow Pavilion and The Iron Khan by Liz Williams. Strange Horizons. 14 Jan. 2011.

Review of Things We Are Not, Ed. Christopher Fletcher. Rise Reviews. 1 Jan. 2011.

Review of Mammoths of the Great Plains and Tombs of the Fathers by Eleanor Arnason. Strange Horizons. 18 August 2010.

Review of Bitter Angels by C.L. Anderson. Strange Horizons 24 June 2010.

Review of Directive 51, by John Barnes. Strange Horizons 21 May 2010.

“The Power of Literacy: A Review of Teresa Morgan’s Literate Education in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds.” H-Net Reviews. February 2000.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Kelly Jennings was raised in New Orleans, but currently teaches writing in northwest Arkansas. She is a co-founder of the Boston Mountain Writers Group, and a member of SFWA. She blogs at delagar.

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