Gwendolyn Clare

Gwendolyn Clare

Gwendolyn Clare's debut novel — Ink, Iron, and Glass — is the first in a steampunk duology about a young mad scientist with the ability to write new worlds into existence, forthcoming from Macmillan/Imprint in 2018. Her short stories have appeared in Clarkesworld, Asimov's, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies, among others, and her poetry has been nominated for the Rhysling Award. She holds a BA in Ecology, a BS in Geophysics, a PhD in Mycology, and swears she's done collecting acronyms. She lives in North Carolina with too many cats, too many ducks, and never enough books.


Debut young adult novel:

Ink, Iron, and Glass (Macmillan/Imprint, winter 2018)


Recent examples of short fiction:

Nothing but the Sky” in Beneath Ceaseless Skies (June 2016)

“Very Long Conversations” in Analog (June 2015)

“Holding the Ghosts” in Asimov’s (March 2015)

Indelible” in Clarkesworld (February 2015)


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