Anthologies

Recognize Fascism, edited by Crystal M. Huff

Book Cover for The Death of All Things

The Death of All Things, edited by Laura Anne Gilman and Kat Richardson

Poetry

Climbing Lightly Through Forests: A Poetry Anthology Honoring Ursula K. Le Guin, edited by R. B. Lemberg and Lisa M. Bradley

About

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Kiya Nicoll is a writer, poet, and artist living in a New England oak grove with a large pile of family and an atypical variety of animals. Their neurodivergent obsessions include archaeoastronomy, cat fur genetics, the scientific-occult scene of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the mods for Rimworld available on the Steam workshop. When not wrangling cats and/or children, they write things, including The Traveller’s Guide to the Duat (a humorous version of the Egyptian Book of the Dead) and short stories that have appeared in several anthologies. Their website is kiyanicoll.com, they can be reached at kiya at kiyanicoll.com, and they can be found on Twitter at kiya_nicoll, because naming things is very hard.